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Thread: AMD Catalyst 12.6 For Linux Disappoints

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kano View Post
    @xgt001

    i dont use arch.
    I use Debian SID amd64 and it segfaults also...

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    this release fixes A LOT of bugs.

    Oh but this is soooo disappointing...

    it is? why? what do you expect from one release to the next? World shattering performance improvements?

    Stuff like this is only disappointing if someone artificially increased expectations beforehand.

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    compare it to 12-6 beta and you find none...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kano View Post
    compare it to 12-6 beta and you find none...
    Isn't that the point of a beta, though? To test the release before it comes out and make sure there are no regressions?

    I'm not sure why anyone would expect the final release to be different than the beta.

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    Quote Originally Posted by smitty3268 View Post
    I'm not sure why anyone would expect the final release to be different than the beta.
    Not anyone, just fglrx-haters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by devguy View Post
    I was unable to get the Catalyst 12.6 beta work with neither kernel 3.4.x nor XServer 1.12 on Ubuntu 12.04. Worked acceptably with 3.3.x and 1.11, though.
    are you on a 32 bit system?? there are known issues for 3.4 kernel on 32bit architecture while installing catalyst

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    On the aticonfig / amdconfig issue:

    Replace /etc/ati/control with the version from 12.6b will fix the Non supported hardware detected when using aticonfig / amdconfig.

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    so debian fucked up their xorg-server and that is amd's fault?


    btw, kernel 3.0.X here... why the race to the latest kernels if there is ZERO difference for all practical reasons....

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    Just posting to say that I'M NOT HAPPY AMD!!!!

    Just fresh installed Debian Wheezy on a PC with a fairly new 6550 graphics card.. The open source drivers were unusable because the display was so corrupted.. Debian Wheezy recently got the new 12.1 xserver-xorg-core package and now the AMD Catalyst 12.6 x86_64 drivers are broken on 64-bit Linux!! Something about the Catalyst 12.6 driver needing to pass a 64-bit pointer but is instead passing a 32-bit pointer + some corruption to xserver-xorg which causes newer 64-bit compiled versions of xserver-xorg-core (12.1) to crash instantly before loading the desktop!!

    I'm not happy AMD, not happy at all.. At this point, both your open source and Catalyst drivers are broken for me.. I had to pin the old xserver* from Debian stable (Squeeze) to get the Catalyst 12.6 drivers to stop causing xserver-xorg to crash because it's sending a partially corrupted pointer on a 64-bit OS! Apparently this has been a known bug for over a month against the 12.6 Catalyst drivers and AMD doesn't seem to have done anything about it!!!

    FIX IT PLEASE!!!
    Last edited by Sidicas; 07-02-2012 at 12:00 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sidicas View Post
    Just posting to say that I'M NOT HAPPY AMD!!!!

    Just fresh installed Debian Wheezy on a PC with a fairly new 6550 graphics card.. The open source drivers were unusable because the display was so corrupted.. Debian Wheezy recently got the new 12.1 xserver-xorg-core package and now the AMD Catalyst 12.6 x86_64 drivers are broken on 64-bit Linux!! Something about the Catalyst 12.6 driver needing to pass a 64-bit pointer but is instead passing a 32-bit pointer + some corruption to xserver-xorg which causes newer 64-bit compiled versions of xserver-xorg-core (12.1) to crash instantly before loading the desktop!!

    I'm not happy AMD, not happy at all.. At this point, both your open source and Catalyst drivers are broken for me.. I had to pin the old xserver* from Debian stable (Squeeze) to get the Catalyst 12.6 drivers to stop causing xserver-xorg to crash because it's sending a partially corrupted pointer on a 64-bit OS! Apparently this has been a known bug for over a month against the 12.6 Catalyst drivers and AMD doesn't seem to have done anything about it!!!

    FIX IT PLEASE!!!
    looks like more of a debian issue not sure though.. even fedora 64 bit runs catalyst 12.6 with xserver 1.12!!!

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