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    Default Unable to install catalyst drivers

    I just upgraded to 11.4 from 11.3 and cannot seem to get the FGLRX modules to load. Every I try to load the module, I get the following error: fglrx: no symbol version for module_layout

    I read through this howto with no avail: SDB:ATI drivers - openSUSE

    has anyone else run into this problem with upgrading?

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    Default Re: Unable to install catalyst drivers

    If you have a network connection while booting in runlevel 3, you can use this script:
    Upgrading ATI driver with atiupgrade

    It should install everything you need to compile the module and do the rest. You have to boot in runlevel 3 (append "3" in the Options line before booting), login as root, type the commands described in this post (zypper ... etc). to install the script, finally run /usr/bin/atiupgrade

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    Default Re: Unable to install catalyst drivers

    Thanks. I figured it out: I removed all of the kernel-devel packages, deleted the orphaned directories in /usr/src and then re-installed everything.

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