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* Catalyst Control Center Display Manager may fail to display HDTV PAL modes
 
* Catalyst Control Center Display Manager may fail to display HDTV PAL modes
 
* The mouse cursor may fail to switch between primary and secondary display in some dual-head configurations
 
* The mouse cursor may fail to switch between primary and secondary display in some dual-head configurations
* “aticonfig -xinerama=o”n may result in different dimension and dpi settings between Ubuntu 8.10 and 9.04
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* “aticonfig -xinerama=on" may result in different dimension and dpi settings between Ubuntu 8.10 and 9.04
 
* RandR 1.2 specifying Rotate in xorg.conf may cause X startup to fail
 
* RandR 1.2 specifying Rotate in xorg.conf may cause X startup to fail
 
* The mouse cursor may show incorrect rotation and position on some systems with large desktop enabled
 
* The mouse cursor may show incorrect rotation and position on some systems with large desktop enabled

Revision as of 01:17, 24 July 2009

ATI Catalyst Linux 9.7 driver
Release date: July 23, 2009

Resolved Issues

  • X segmentation fault no longer occurs after applying reflections or rotations on some systems that support Xrandr 1.2 or higher
  • Catalyst Control Center hot plugging a secondary display no longer causes screen corruption in clone mode
  • Monitor are now disabled after removing the secondary display when system is in standby
  • Some systems now report CrossFire adapters available during driver re-install
  • On some multi-monitor configurations disabling one display no longer causes both displays to become disabled
  • X Server does not intermittently fail to start on some multi adapter configurations
  • Executing xrandr --prop no longer causes Ubuntu 9.04 X Server to stop responding
  • [Ubuntu 9.04] Segmentation fault no longer occurs with X server Xinerama is enabled

Known Issues

  • Toggling between terminals may cause the system to become unresponsive
  • Catalyst Control Center Display Manager may fail to display HDTV PAL modes
  • The mouse cursor may fail to switch between primary and secondary display in some dual-head configurations
  • “aticonfig -xinerama=on" may result in different dimension and dpi settings between Ubuntu 8.10 and 9.04
  • RandR 1.2 specifying Rotate in xorg.conf may cause X startup to fail
  • The mouse cursor may show incorrect rotation and position on some systems with large desktop enabled
  • Removing secondary display may cause the login screen to appear on the ghost monitor
  • Moving the mouse cursor between two displays may show a the cursor on both displays simultaneously
  • System may stop responding when running Return to Castle Wolfenstein

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