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* RHEL 5 support has been out for a couple of months by now. It is after all one of only two Linux distributions officially supported by AMD.
 
* RHEL 5 support has been out for a couple of months by now. It is after all one of only two Linux distributions officially supported by AMD.
 
[[User:Riaanvn|Riaanvn]] 23:06, 1 November 2007 (CDT)
 
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== A yum repository? ==
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Is there some yum repository with FGLRX drivers for RHEL/CentOS 5? I know that for Fedora there is Livna, but it does not support RHEL/CentOS. I know that for NVIDIA drivers, there is ATrpms, but it does not include FGLRX drivers :-(
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== Failure prone joke ==
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My laptop drivers worked great with linux for years, then suddenly you stop supporing them and FAIL FAIL FAIL FAIL. Release open source drivers in C that we may compile for ourselves.

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There doesn't seem to be support for RHEL 5 (and therefore no support for CentOS 5 either). When will this happen? RHEL 5 beta has been out for some time now.

  • RHEL 5 support has been out for a couple of months by now. It is after all one of only two Linux distributions officially supported by AMD.

Riaanvn 23:06, 1 November 2007 (CDT)

A yum repository?[edit]

Is there some yum repository with FGLRX drivers for RHEL/CentOS 5? I know that for Fedora there is Livna, but it does not support RHEL/CentOS. I know that for NVIDIA drivers, there is ATrpms, but it does not include FGLRX drivers :-(


Failure prone joke[edit]

My laptop drivers worked great with linux for years, then suddenly you stop supporing them and FAIL FAIL FAIL FAIL. Release open source drivers in C that we may compile for ourselves.