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Old 07-31-2013, 12:50 AM   #1
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LXer: The problem with using the packaged proprietary AMD Catalyst video driver in Linux

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Fedora has shipped a new kernel ó 3.10.3-300. But the kmod-catalyst package is still at 3.9.9-302 on my system; in the RPM Fusion repository, itís at 3.9.11, and I canít successfully run the 3.10 kernel without removing kmod-catalyst and giving up all that the Catalyst driver has brought to this very new hardware.

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