AMD/ATI Catalyst 10.1 erschienen

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AMD/ATI Catalyst 10.1 erschienen

Beitragvon ChemicalBrother » 29.01.2010, 13:56

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Die Enttäuschung vorweg: Kein Xserver 1.7 (X.Org 7.5) Support. Hoffentlich gibt es den im 10.2 Treiber. Im März soll ja schon der 1.8er erscheinen.

ACHTUNG! Dieser Treiber unterstützt nur noch HD Karten (und entsprechende Mobility-Karten; siehe auch Release Notes)!

-> Release Notes (PDF)

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Installations How-To im Wiki

Eine Bitte: Wer kann, kann mal bitte die Abschnitte (sofern nötig) im Wiki für den Ati-Treiber aktualisieren. Ich selbst kann nur (und trage) für Arch Linux und Ubuntu Rechnung tragen.

Was FEHLT:
- X.Org 7.5/xserver 1.7 Support (wer diesen Treiber nutzen will, entweder nicht auf xserver 1.7 aktualisieren oder den opensource-Treiber nutzen)


Neue Eigenschaften:
- Ubuntu 9.10 Support


Behobene Probleme:
- [ATI Catalyst™ Control Center] Display Manager Properties tab now properly shows a single mode instead of multiple modes when big desktop mode is enabled
- The operating system will no longer fail when switching between virtual desktops
- [RHEL 5.4 32-bit] [ATI Catalyst™ Control Center] System now functions properly after selecting "Detect Displays" button and hot-plugging a HDMI display
- [Ubunut 9.10] X no longer fails after executing multiple Xserver generations with Xinerama enabled
- Hotplugging a HDMI monitor or toggling between LCD and HDMI no longer causes the system to stop responding


Bekannte Probleme:
- [RHEL4-U8 32-bit] Corruption may be observed while starting Xserver on some ASICs
- Corruption may be observed after 90, 180 or 270 degree desktop rotation on some ASICs
- System may stop responding after switching to DC (battery) mode with CrossFire™ enabled and full-screen applications running
- System may become unresponsive after executing specific combinations of XRandR reflections and rotations
- The output log file may report the Engine Clock or Memory Clock values as 0 MHz on some systems
- [RHEL 5.4][ ATI Catalyst™ Control Center] Applying customized TV modes might not work properly, pop up message requesting restart will not appear and customized format will not apply
- [Ubuntu 9.04 x86 64-bit] Some systems may become unresponsive during video playback with certain Dual Head configurations
- [ATI Catalyst™ Control Center] Specific customized modes under the HDTV page may fail to apply on some systems
. [Ubuntu 9.04] With one DP monitor and one DVI monitor connected in clone mode, unplugging and re-plugging the DVI monitor may cause the system to deadlock
- Xserver may fail to launch after enabling CrossFire™ and restarting on some ASICs
- [ATI Catalyst™ Control Center] Super Anti-Aliasing (16x) mode may not be available on some display adapters with CrossFire™ is enabled
- Display rotation may fail to apply from ATI Catalyst™ Control Center with desktop effects enabled
- [RHEL] Enabling Xinerama may cause input devices (keyboard and mouse) to become inaccessible after restarting Xserver
- System may fail to return to console mode after enabling all adapters and exiting Xserver for multi GPU configuration on some ASICs
- ATI Catalyst™ Control Center may report error when two displays of different maximum resolutions are set in clone mode
- [SUSE 11.1 64-bit] Enabling CrossFire™ might fail with some ASICs
- Scaling setting changes may fail to retain after mode change, reboot or restarting Xserver
- [SUSE 11.2 x86] CrossFire™ might not be functional under specific configurations
- [Ubuntu 9.10] CAL test "completemodulelist.txt" might not execute and throws segmentation fault
- [ATI Catalyst™ Control Center] Some systems may intermittently stop responding when changing the scaling options
- [ATI Catalyst™ Control Center] Applying "Size and Position" adjustments for Analog Monitors might not work properly
- [Ubuntu 9.04] Some video cards may stop video output signals when monitor has been powered off
- [ATI Catalyst™ Control Center] Disabled display will become enabled after Xserver restart
Flickering corruption might be visible while running OpenGL applications with CrossFire™ enabled on specific ASICs
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Re: AMD/ATI Catalyst 10.1 erschienen

Beitragvon cool j » 29.01.2010, 15:16

Same procedure as every year...
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