AMD Catalyst 10.3 For Linux Released
AMD has just put out their monthly update of the Catalyst Linux driver. Though as we already know based upon AMD giving Ubuntu a new driver, the support for X Server 1.7 is not coming until next month, which also offers official Eyefinity support and other changes. As such, Catalyst 10.3 isn't too interesting.
The only new "feature" for Catalyst 10.3 is official early-look support for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.5. Red Hat pushed out the first beta of RHEL 5.5 earlier this month with enhancements to KVM (the Kernel-based Virtual Machine) and new WiFi drivers along with other general improvements. The general availability release of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.5 is expected sometime in the coming months.
There are a handful of resolved issues and they include:
- [RHEL] System now resumes into X window properly and no longer hangs during exit on BigDesktop configuration
There still is a handful of official known issues, as mentioned in the Catalyst 10.3 Linux release notes. Judging by our Unigine Heaven Linux testing with the Catalyst 10.4 Linux driver as found in Ubuntu 10.04 LTS, there's likely a few bugs to be found when running this impressive tech demo, unless they happened to regress just prior to the fglrx 8.72 hand-out for the Lucid Lynx. Hit up this thread for the Catalyst 10.3 Linux download link.
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