They're the largest customers because they pay an awful lot of money. That's business. That the fglrx drivers (and let's all remember why it's called "fglrx" - firegl is the workstation series, not the home user graphics cards) have improved considerably in recent years shows that home user linux is a growing customer base. Let's add the open source push - if the open source drivers aren't as good as everybody wants them, you can not blame AMD for that one. Give it a break already.
Originally Posted by RealNC
I can blame them and I will. Because there's always NVidia to compare too. I will stop when Catalyst becomes usable, or when AMD starts saying "don't buy our cards if you have Linux."
Originally Posted by mirv
If neither of those things happen, I will continue to spread the word: AMD cards on Linux suck.
I still can't play video with Kde4's compositor full screen.
Sucks i love transparency.
Last edited by lordmozilla; 06-16-2009 at 07:11 AM.
Reason: deleted long rant cause well it's pointless