]bitvector wrote:In the future, you should probably use Mandriva's packages for the ATI binary drivers instead of installing them by hand. That way, every time your kernel is upgraded, you won't have to re-do the installation to rebuild the binary kernel driver. It will also generally integrate better with your distro's config tools.
The packages are in the official non-free Mandriva repository and are the following: dkms-fglrx, x11-driver-video-fglrx, fglrx-devel, fglrx-control-center. You may have to run rpmdrake first to add the official non-free Mandriva packages to the list of available sources.
wingless wrote:By "non-free" does that mean I have to have a bought version of Mandrake Linux to download and use that?
wingless wrote:Also I'm having a helluva time finding a mirror that has the Mandriva 2007.1 Catalyst 7.12 drivers.
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