I always prefer the open source drivers with Debian methods ..wiki.debian.org/AtiHowTo wiki.debian.org/ATIProprietaryhttp://debian.stevenrosenberg.net/index … novo-g555/
"The Debian Project would like to invite representatives of distributions derived from Debian to participate in a census of Debian derivatives. In addition we would like to invite representatives of distributions derived from Debian to join the Debian derivatives front desk.
I sent this inquiry to Debian dev support but got no response. Hopefully I'll get some advise here.
I'd like to create my own personal Debian-based distribution. I went over Debian's website but there don't seem any articles on this topic. Is this true that I must have a complete Debian source code that I modify to create my own Debian-based distribution?
Hello,I've just installed Crunchbang Statler on my laptop (feels at home again :D)But I was wondering on how to install my videocard's drivers again. On Crunchbang 9.04 I downloaded them from the ATi website and install them and on Arch I'd use the opensource drivers through pacman.How would I do this on Debian?
I am a really newbie on linux and pls advise how to open my photo file of jpg in debian wheezy.
The program I want to use is based on Debian. So I installed debian by using virtual box after many trial and error(my basic os is window7). At first time, I had a confidence that it wouldnt be so difficult to operate the debian as a beginner, like window 7.
So, if you are in fact still using the open source drivers, you have 2 blatant issues right now. First, rename your xorg.conf as xorg.conf.bak. Your current conf is intended for the catalyst drivers and will not work with the open source drivers. The open source drivers don't even require an xorg.conf, though you should probably make a new one with some of the following sett