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    Question A10 APU

    Hi, right know i am using fedora, but i am planning to buy AMD APU and fedora doesn't have proprietary drivers in rpmfusion, so i am looking for another distro ,can you tell about your experience with Ati drivers in opensuse ? how easy is to install? does it work with gnome shell ? any major bugs like slow scrolling , video playback , flash videos in youtube.

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    Default Re: A10 APU

    Quote Originally Posted by Darek View Post
    Hi, right know i am using fedora, but i am planning to buy AMD APU and fedora doesn't have proprietary drivers in rpmfusion, so i am looking for another distro ,can you tell about your experience with Ati drivers in opensuse ? how easy is to install? does it work with gnome shell ? any major bugs like slow scrolling , video playback , flash videos in youtube.
    I cannot answer your other questions, since I don't use the fglrx driver (it doesn't support my old Radeon 9600 since ever I'm using it; the open source radeon driver works perfectly fine though), and not even GNOME (I prefer KDE... ).

    But the driver is easy to install.
    Just use the 1-click install here:
    http://en.opensuse.org/SDB:AMD_fglrx

    And I _think_ they should work well. Otherwise there would have been a lot of complaints here I guess...

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    Default Re: A10 APU

    On Mon 03 Feb 2014 11:46:01 AM CST, Darek wrote:


    Hi, right know i am using fedora, but i am planning to buy AMD APU and
    fedora doesn't have proprietary drivers in rpmfusion, so i am looking
    for another distro ,can you tell about your experience with Ati drivers
    in opensuse ? how easy is to install? does it work with gnome shell ?
    any major bugs like slow scrolling , video playback , flash videos in
    youtube.


    Hi
    I would suggest switching to html5 for youtube and also look at the
    blog;
    http://www.youtube.com/html5
    http://googlesystem.blogspot.com/201...l5-player.html

    My system with an ATI HD7340 works fine as well as the older HD series
    with the radeon driver with GNOME shell.

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