ATI Catalyst Proprietary Display Driver 10.9
Posted on: 09/17/2010 03:26 PM

AMD has released new ATI Catalyst Proprietary Display Driver 10.9 for Linux

ATI Catalyst Proprietary Display Driver 10.9


New Features

This section provides information on new features found in this release of the ATI RadeonTM Display Driver. These include the following:
Support for New Linux Operating Systems Support for New Linux Operating Systems

This release of ATI CatalystTM Linux introduces support for the following new operating system:
RHEL 6 early look support Resolved Issues

The following section provides a brief description of resolved issues with the latest version of the ATI CatalystTM Linux software suite. These include:
- System no longer fails while launching fgl_glxgears window when Anti-Aliasing and Desktop Effects are enabled
- [SUSE 11.1] Hardware playback now functions properly ␣ [OpenSuSE 11.3] Corruption no longer visible on Firefox while scrolling the window by dragging the scrollbar
- [SUSE 11.2] With a DP display connected to the adapter, a hot-plugged DFP display will now light up properly in clone mode

Known Issues
The following section provides a brief description of known issues associated with the latest version of ATI CatalystTM Linux software suite. These issues include:
- Killing X-server after resuming from hibernation may cause the system to stop responding
-System may fail to display error message when improper position values are used in "aticonfig --tv-geometry" resulting in invalid "TVHPosAdj" and "TVVPosAdj" values in xorg.conf file
- Rotated screen may fail to properly restore after running full-screen OpenGL application in dual-head mode; a switch VT will restore screen correctly
- Mouse cursor might be blocked from entering the taskbar area after applying specific rotations
- Significant delay may be observed while rotating screen with XRandR ␣ Segmentation fault may occur when running "Quake 4" and "Enemy Territory:
Quake Wars" at 1280x1024 or resolutions higher than current desktop resolution



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