Re: Is there a Catalyst Driver for Kernel3.2.10?



On Tue, Mar 27, 2012 at 4:04 PM, Gregory P. Ennis <PoMec@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:


On 21-03-12 04:36, Jean Jacques wrote:
I cannot search the driver in YUM.

The Catalyst driver lives in the rpmfusion repo so if you don't have
that installed then you first need to add it. Information how to do
that can be found at: http://rpmfusion.org

Except that it's broken on 3.2.9 and later kernels.

https://bugzilla.rpmfusion.org/show_bug.cgi?id=2208

kevin
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Kevin,

Thanks for posting the bug report. I have been chasing a problem with a
"ATI Technologies Inc Device 9648" Do you know if the support of these
types of cards will be incorporated into the Fedora repositories or are
there opensource problems that prohibit their use. Maybe we need to
come up with an 'opensource' sticker that the manufacturers can use.

Greg


As long as the software itself falls under a license permissible for the
Fedora Project, it should be alright. There are cases, however, where
projects fall under a permissible license but depend on or contain modules
which are not permissible in Fedora. An example of this is VirtualBox.



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Christopher Svanefalk
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