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(My rough calculation implies that you'll never catch up.)
 
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Fedora puts out a release on a six-month target.  If they change X server revisions each time, you can see that the ATI drivers will actually never be useable on a current Fedora install.  I'm just saying...
 
Fedora puts out a release on a six-month target.  If they change X server revisions each time, you can see that the ATI drivers will actually never be useable on a current Fedora install.  I'm just saying...
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also even if i were to use the RPMfusion version what is the name of the file?

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Fedora puts out a release on a six-month target. If they change X server revisions each time, you can see that the ATI drivers will actually never be useable on a current Fedora install. I'm just saying...

also even if i were to use the RPMfusion version what is the name of the file?