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Hey, latest linux driver fixed my x86_64 problems!



 
 
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Old August 22nd 06, 12:06 AM posted to alt.comp.periphs.videocards.ati
Tom Horsley
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Default Hey, latest linux driver fixed my x86_64 problems!

On FC5 x86_64 I gave up on fglrx a while back because it would
always crash my system when the X server exited.

I just tried the latest x86_64 driver from the rpm.livna.org
site, and it actually seems to work (once I manually enable
fglrx - used to do that automatically).

As well as being able to run opengl apps again, I also
notice that little flickering lines that used to appear
in the display have now disappeared. Hopefully fglrx
will stay working for a while.

 




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