Originally Posted by TobiSGD
That wouldn't make much sense, since a pre-installed legacy driver would effectively close out users with newer video-cards. What is the problem with just installing the legacy driver on a distro of your choice?
I tried installing on Ubuntu, but it was a big headache because Unity wouldn't load, etc. Actually Chakra (KDE) ships with both catalyst and catalyst-legacy and uses whichever depending on the card, so I wondered if there was a similar distro for Gnome. I'm going to reformat once again and give Ubuntu lts a try installing the drivers, but a non-unity version.