ATI open source diplay driver xf86-video-ati 6.9.0 released

ativersion 6.9.0 of the radeon driver. Lots of stuff since 6.8.0
In addition to lots of bug fixes there are several major new features:
- - Improved EXA render support for r1xx/r2xx cards
- - EXA render support for r3xx/r4xx/r5xx cards
- - Textured video support for Xv (r1xx-r5xx)

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AMD ATI Catalyst 8.6 linux display driver released

atiAMD released their ATI Catalyst 8.6 linux display driver yesterday. The new version Catayst  driver come with UYVY and YUY2 pixel format support ,which support provides interleaved stream support for video playback applications such as TVTime and MythTV,as new feature .Moreover,that new version Catalyst linux diplay driver also fixed 20 issues

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Guide for installing new ATI graphic card driver on Ubuntu

Guide for installing ATI graphic card driver,following it can let your ATI graphic card works perfectly.

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Let Compiz work on Ubuntu 7.10 with ATI Mobility Radeon vedio card

Many friends complained their compiz didn't work after upgrading Ubuntu to Gusty(7.10).I searched and searched,finally I got a workable method.It is really a practical method ,as I sorted ATI+compiz+Gusty issues out for my friends by following it:

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ATI video card new driver 8.41.7 release

AMD announced that the new ATI video card driver 8.41.7 for linux is ready to download today.

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