I think he gets the betas directly from a beta tester it probably is real.
Originally Posted by lordmozilla
Because the betas are distributed under NDAs. People are not supposed to "pass them around", and Phoronix being the big ATI fansite it is, I doubt it will condone such a thing.
Right and the most NDAs say also ist not allowed to talk about it
Originally Posted by Melcar
Usually someone leaks them on the "dark" places. IRC and Usenet for example. Google doesn't find them, you have to know where to look. But it's nothing to go crazy about. If you find them, the result is simply a disappointment that comes earlier than if you had waited for the final version
with 9.4 videoproblems with compiz are gone
gtkperf delivers much better results
quakewars runs smoother
(thats compared to 9.2)
9.4 is no disappointment at all
Sounds good. I can't wait. I got "some" problems with 9.2.
Originally Posted by questioneer
Check your PM ;-)
So the first driver with the fix is also the first driver that my X1950 PRO isn't supported in? Thanks AMD.
OMG, this 9.4 RC1 driver is awesome. KDE 4.2 resizing is fixed! Its very very fast, no latency at all and with composition on.
XV video with compositing also works very smooth now. I don't got misplaced video output or anything odd. I don't even get crashes when playing a video in fullscreen??? :O
Is this really the driver version we have waited so long for? Is this really THE driver without disappointments?
Everyone waiting for this driver to be released really has something to be excited over.
<<If this is something I should not be talking about, feel free to delete my post. I don't know how phoronix / ati takes thiese discussions.>>
Actually resizing with compositing seems a lot faster than without composition :P That said, resizing isn't slow without compositing, don't worry.
Last edited by tball; 03-10-2009 at 05:12 PM.
I guess you have not signed an NDA anyway so you are probably free to blab on. That said, how does suspend/resume, --set-powerstate and multiple screens work? The 2.6.29 linux kernel?
Originally Posted by tball