Re: [opensuse] ATI
- From: "Fred A. Miller" <fmiller@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 25 Nov 2009 21:46:19 -0500
On 11/25/2009 09:18 PM, Rajko M. wrote:
On Wednesday 25 November 2009 02:17:15 Fred A. Miller wrote:Probably both. But, I have seen how when the "community" has the code it
The numskulls at ATI who write drivers should be fired, and simply make ALLYou are optimist, or you have one of "can't resist" moments :-)
the specs open source!!! The Linux community could have GOOD drivers
written in no time.
write good drivers, they can do so in good time.
The os version is the best that can be done when you don't have all the
I have one of older ATI chipsets (X200) and I can't use proprietary drivers as
they either don't support those chipsets (newer versions), or don't compile
with new kernel (older versions). The "in no time" version (opensource,radeon)
is buggy and needs workaround to boot computer.
needed to write a good driver(s). ATI/AMD hasn't released the code needed
to write good drivers, so the "community" can't be blamed.
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