Originally Posted by nej_simon
Could you please write the details about suspend/resume.
Did you just uninstall the old driver and simply install this one or you had to make some additional changes e.g. pm-utils configs or xorg.conf ?
what is your linux distribution, krenel version, xorg version and so on.
There are a lot of poeple with C60 cpu that waiting for the suspend/resume solution too, but somehow this beta crushes on resume for me too.
Thanks in advance
I installed 12.6 on a fresh install of Ubuntu 12.04 x86_64 with the latest updates. The kernel is version 3.2.0-26-generic and xserver is 1.11.4-0ubuntu10.2.
Originally Posted by mmhorda
I didn't use jockey so I didn't have a previous version of fglrx installed, and I didn't do any manual changes to any files.
I just downloaded the 12.6 installer from AMD, installed the build dependencies which if I remember correctly are execstack, dh-modaliases, debhelper, devscripts and build-essential, used the installer to build ubuntu packages which I installed with dpkg -i and finally I ran apt-get install -f to fix the dependencies before rebooting.
Sleep/resume works now but compiz crashed once and I have the annoying "unsupported hardware" watermark. :(
You can get my package here btw:
Use at your own risk of course!