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Thread: Catalyst 11.7 is up

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    Default Catalyst 11.7 is up


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    For Gentoo users: Renaming the 11.6 ebuild and removing the 2.6.39 patch works fine here.

    Kernel 2.6.39 seems to be supported out of the box with this release.
    I couldn't test kernel 3.0.0 so far.

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    Linux 2.6.39 & 3.0 should be supported.

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    How does it work with Gnome Shell?

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    Quote Originally Posted by expectATIon View Post
    How does it work with Gnome Shell?
    Just tested it. It is the same shit

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    Still hangs for a sec when the cursor is brought to the bottom right area of the screen. *sigh*

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    Quote Originally Posted by meklu View Post
    Still hangs for a sec when the cursor is brought to the bottom right area of the screen. *sigh*
    One of the most annoying bugs I've had on a machine for a long time, I've been crossing my fingers for a fix.

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    I haven't tried 11.7 yet, but if the lower right corner bug is still present my already low opinion of catalyst is even further diminished

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    Someone else who can't run 32bit opengl applications under 64bit now. Tried Fedora 15 and Gentoo. Both crashes with segmentation fault? 11.6 works fine

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    Default Catalyst 11.7 appears to have broken google-earth

    google-earth segfaults now, 11.6 ran fine. I've submitted a bug with ATI.

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