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    I would really appreciate AMD drop this fglrx altogether and move to opensource. I would really appreciate. But Im not in control. Duh.

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    The ATI Catalyst™ Linux software suite releases may incorporate suggestions received
    through the Linux feedback program.
    Please refer to http://www.amd.com/us/LinuxCrewSurvey to provide us with feedback.
    go for it and please be gentle

    thanks AMD !

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    Quote Originally Posted by kernelOfTruth View Post
    go for it and please be gentle

    thanks AMD !
    I've used that feedback thing like 10 times already. It was very hard to be gentle.


    Heroes of Newerth? Status? anyone test it yet?

    Thanks!

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    Does it support xserver 1.9 and kernel 2.6.35 since the release of Ubuntu 10.10 is close? Or will AMD release another branch of fglrx 10.9 with beta support for Ubuntu 10.10. I bet they choose the last option, which is okay with me.

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    New set of drivers... Same old bugs

    @tball i had 10.7 running with 2.6.35.11 or 14 or something like that

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    Just to be clear, *feedback* goes to support/marketing folks and is folded into general guidance/planning. Not bug fixes.

    Bug tickets at ati.cchtml.com are visible to developers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fluggo View Post
    10.9 shows correctly. Did you run fglrx-uninstall.sh AND delete the /etc/ati directory prior to installing the new driver ?
    i build packages and upgrade the packages by dpkg

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    Quote Originally Posted by crazycheese View Post
    I would really appreciate AMD drop this fglrx altogether and move to opensource. I would really appreciate. But Im not in control. Duh.
    they can't the opensource driver need much much more time.

    an 50€-100€ card can handle 100% of all features of the opensource radeon driver

    do you think amd can make profit on 50€ cards ?

    to get an OS driver to have a compareable feature set you need 1-2 years

    do you think amd should just stop selling cards for 2 years ?

    an R800 is an opengl4.1 card but on os you get 2.1 on 2 years you get ogl3+opencl+gpu-videoacceleration on shaders.

    but for this you also can get an hd3870 or hd4670 on second hand marked for 50€

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    Quote Originally Posted by tball View Post
    Does it support xserver 1.9 and kernel 2.6.35 since the release of Ubuntu 10.10 is close? Or will AMD release another branch of fglrx 10.9 with beta support for Ubuntu 10.10. I bet they choose the last option, which is okay with me.
    there are allready a beta 10.10 with xserver 1.9 support and there is a 10.11 beta.

    in 20 days amd will push a 10.10 catalyst into the ubuntu 10.10 repo .

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    Quote Originally Posted by bridgman View Post
    Just to be clear, *feedback* goes to support/marketing folks and is folded into general guidance/planning. Not bug fixes.

    Bug tickets at ati.cchtml.com are visible to developers.
    or be more direct send bridgman a email its much more just more don't waste your time do it send him (bridgman) an email! NOW"

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