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@ Paul, you have every reason in the world, I have ameendd the article.   @ Jrosell man both Gimp and Audacity are the best programs in their field but do not deny that a home user will not use, or hardly ever, these programs retouching photographs and audio editorDo not worry I have prepared another article which talk about these two and many others.   @ Bargain, do not say that Linux (in general) is an obligation only suggests that now is quite stable and easy to use for most peopleRemember that not everyone has to play WoW (which by the way, works perfectly under Linux using Wine), often a lonely enough to have distracted.  About P2P, do not deny that they are important but more important than an office suite?  Or a web browser?  If you have a P2P program and want to decompress a file or see the movie will not need anything else?
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The list of GNU/Linux flavors that are documented for the ATI Linux driver.
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Although ATI can only actively support a small number of distributions, distribution vendors are encouraged to work with ATI to ensure that native packages can be created for their distributionThe current actively supported distributions are the '''Red Hat Enterprise Linux''' and '''Novell/SuSE''' suite of products.
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Also note that the End User License Agreement explicitly provides for repackaging and redistribution of ATI's driversIf your favourite distribution is not listed below, please work with them to contact ATI and either get support in the installer, or natively in the distribution.

Latest revision as of 12:58, 2 September 2012

The list of GNU/Linux flavors that are documented for the ATI Linux driver.

Although ATI can only actively support a small number of distributions, distribution vendors are encouraged to work with ATI to ensure that native packages can be created for their distribution. The current actively supported distributions are the Red Hat Enterprise Linux and Novell/SuSE suite of products.

Also note that the End User License Agreement explicitly provides for repackaging and redistribution of ATI's drivers. If your favourite distribution is not listed below, please work with them to contact ATI and either get support in the installer, or natively in the distribution.

Pages in category "Distributions"

The following 20 pages are in this category, out of 20 total.