Still waiting for CS:GO.
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Still waiting for CS:GO.
Come on Valve, the world is waiting for HL2/Portal 2/CS:GO on Linux! It's too soon to draw any conclusions yet.
Yeah, but it worked fine for me on Fedora a couple weeks ago. I'm using FOSS radeon driver now, and it works like a charm. No problem at all :)
Probably you should've removed /etc/X11/xorg.conf instead of reinstalling the whole OS :) X.Org was configured to use fglrx, which was not available after removing Catalyst.
I have no idea what you are talking about. I don't like *buntu at all, but Xubuntu is definitely the best "out-of-the-box" Xfce Linux distro.
Is there any way to change them manually then? I have the A8-3870K and the opensource driver works really slow for me in Fedora 18.
I have the A8-3870K, and I can't use it now. I had to install a discrete nvidia card just to use Cinnamon. Cinnamon is UNUSABLE with Catalyst due to this bug, and the opensource driver is so slow...
There was a bug that made xfdesktop eat 100% CPU when you use solid background. It's fixed in the latest 4.10.2 release.
Is your problem related to this...
I'm seeing corrupted fonts on many pages after the update. Anyone else has a problem like that?
The problem you guys are talking about here is known among Cinnamon users who have Radeon cards, and I'm one of them. I've reported this bug long ago and still have...
Wow, that would be the best thing happened to Linux over the past 2 years!
I'm sure, many users would like to have a decent desktop out of the box.
Is there any way for me as a user to vote for...
Opening client from the command line and forcing to update from menu helped.
I still can't log in - it shows "This version of Steam is currently in closed beta."
Do I need a new version of Steam client?
I have A8-3870K (Llano), and I can say Catalyst improved a lot since 12.4 when I bought it. With 12.4, suspend didn't work and I had random kernel panics. Now I'm using 12.10, and it works just fine....
The difference is that they update base system once a ~3 month, so the upgrades go smoother and more transparent to users than in Fedora.
What can you say about Chakra Linux development model? It's the closest to "perfect", imho.
A new snapshot every 2 years? We already have Debian, and we all know it's not what current Fedora users would like to see.
Same story with gtick and docky:
It is very sad actually, since even Debian now has these...
It doesn't change Fedora 19's schedule at all.
The only thing you can do now is downgrade X.org Server to 1.12. Here is the how-to http://www.ubuntuvibes.com/2012/10/how-to-install-amd-catalyst-legacy.html