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  • SoftVision
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    Try Arch Linux

    Arch Linux has a rolling release system and fits your bleeding edge requirements. Read more about them on their website and wiki. You'll get the latest GCC and Eclipse as and when they release. With a little work you should be able to get your graphics set up as well.

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  • cjr2k3
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    ATI working quite good for a while in Linux (at least for me Radeon 9600, X1400 and a HD4850 now).

    Catalist runs on latest fedora?

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  • Jaguar07
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    Fedora may fit your criterion.

    Fedora 11 has some support for ATi cards built in.

    As far as updates, it has more available than Ubuntu between releases.

    There are several great hardware configuration articles for Nvidia and ATi drivers on the Fedora Forums site. Particularly this one for ATi cards:

    http://forums.fedoraforum.org/showth...3&page=1&pp=10

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  • L33F3R
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    Originally posted by cjr2k3 View Post
    ATI Catalist MUST work (ATI HD4850) because I do play some games.
    Hold up your gaming on an ati card under linux. sound the alarm.

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  • Kano
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    Until you use a rolling release that is the normal case. Rolling releases are nice for some people, but it creates much more support effort than normal ones. When you closed some bugs new ones are found.

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  • cjr2k3
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    I kinda like keep things integrated. I'm doing it now so i can use some extensions. The problem is ubuntu doesnt update some stuff before a mew distro is released.

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  • Kano
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    Why is eclipse critical? You can easly run that from your home.

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