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  • #21
    So how is going to happen with ati-linux driver/s, if you where the only developer,?
    I mean real..
    Mota_boy
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    Last edited by Mota_boy; 06 November 2007, 01:01 PM.

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    • #22
      ignore posts from fredo

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      • #23
        Okei, I`m was already thinging what the ****

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        • #24
          I would say on 10-11th November there will be release, or maybe 19th November(RV670 release).
          metala
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          Last edited by metala; 06 November 2007, 02:08 PM.

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          • #25
            You know, we'd all love the next set of drivers to come out as soon as possible so we can get (hopefully) more stable machines.

            But, as echoed by many a person, many a time, I'm willing to wait till the end of the month if it means more fixes and stability.

            ...somehow I also doubt it'll be out November 10-11th.

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            • #26
              I'm with 8.42.3 and Sapphire HD 2600 XT and I'm feeling very stable with my Debian Lenny. Maybe some bug fixes in pre-R600 will be well met. Because my brother's Mobility Radeon X700 is really blazing(compared to 8.35.5), but there are artifacts that many people have complained about. I have not other complaints about 8.42.3.

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              • #27
                Originally posted by Crunchy View Post
                A driver that actually works with my x1950 Pro AGP would be nice
                I second that Crunchy!
                Using Sapphire X1950 Pro AGP(512). Can get decent 2D but never 3D support.
                mabco
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                Last edited by mabco; 07 November 2007, 07:48 AM.

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                • #28
                  Any hint as to when ATI/AMD will release the 3D specs?

                  I know people have discussed the possibility of non-disclosure or proprietary elements within the chipsets, but I wonder if they are looking at 2D to be rock stable across 80% of the chipsets in production before they release the docs?

                  My release name vote: 8.43 'aka Black Friday'

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                  • #29
                    Originally posted by mabco View Post
                    I second that Crunchy!
                    Using Sapphire X1950 Pro AGP(512). Can get decent 2D but never 3D support.
                    I'm using the same card, but I do manage to get 3d support. I just installed the driver and it works. I'm also able to play various games and use AIGLX.

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                    • #30
                      Originally posted by MagicTempest View Post
                      I'm using the same card, but I do manage to get 3d support. I just installed the driver and it works. I'm also able to play various games and use AIGLX.
                      I wonder what the difference is? I've tried all sorts of kernel and config settings to try and get it to work. What's your motherboard/CPU Magic?

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