AMD Puts Catalyst 13.10 GPU Driver Into Beta State
Written by Michael Larabel in AMD on 30 September 2013 at 06:05 PM EDT. 62 Comments
Just before the end of the month, AMD released the Catalyst 13.10 Beta Linux graphics driver.

The Catalyst 13.10 Beta that was released today doesn't have any major new features (at least for what AMD's ready to advertise), but there are a handful of bug-fixes. Among the issues expected to be resolved include an Eyefinity system hang, Unigine hangs, AC/DC switching detection, Cairo-Dock now works, and there's various other changes.

More details on the bug-fixes for AMD's Catalyst 13.10 Beta Linux driver can be found via its release page.
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