It will work in 11.0 RC1; however, some cards (notably newer ATI cards using the closed-source drivers, which are required to successfully use Compiz-Fusion; this definitely applies to X1xxx and newer) have compositing bugs in their drivers (this is true of the closed-source 8.5 Catalyst drivers, and may be true of other drivers, both closed-source and open-source). I’ve used GE in Windows; the fact that (in most cases) you can easily get a fly-in-the-sky view of darn near any address on the planet is a decided wake-up call (and not necessarily a good one, either).
A little strange to me, I’m on an XPRESS 1250 integrated and
Catalyst 8.5 and have never had so few problems with that com-
bination. Even though there’s no other support for that chip
in sax’s configuration files than for the radeonhd drivers.
So I suppose the inner working of sax has been updated and now
uses xrandr rather than configuration files.
And snakedriver, you’re not running a ranch in Pocahontas!
got a quick question about google earth how often do they update the pictures i guess you would call it cause if i look at my town theres a feild some place where there is a high school for about 2 yrs now
Actually, both the open-source and closed-source ATI drivers use xrandr 1.2 (which is included since openSuSE 10.3). (However, you can still specify custom modes in special situations; xrandr still supports this.) So (in the case of ATI’s chipsets) there’s no reason not to use xrandr.