Mandriva usually provides several flavors of One cd's for beginners with the option to install live and configure their cards with the proprietary drivers.They also provide the same option for Powerpack subscribers..
Originally Posted by bridgman
Since cooker is using both kernel 2.6.29 and Xorg 1.6 I doubt any of next months releases will ship with an ATI(proprietary) driver..Most likely it will be available a day or 2 after AMD officially releases the 9.4's as an update.I've seen the kernel patches in Phorogit..
Legacy owners shouldn't be too bad off with the open driver..on my x800pro I was able to run UT2k4 and get over 30fps on some maps as long as they had fog like Tokera Forest.. other maps were fairly dismal at 10 fps and under.
I'm just happy to know that at least internally someone's is testing it out at Mandriva. I'd hate to have to wait until June or so to enjoy whats shaping up to be a good release.
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