robertmp at comcast.net
Sun Apr 8 20:21:32 EDT 2007
Sorry for the late response but I just found this. I hope you have found
something more positive than I have but I went the ATI route and found out
that ATI themselves will not support Linux. They don't even make it easy for
someone else to write drivers.
Linux is a pain in dealing with installing stuff outside of the normal
installers like YaST on SuSE.
I have had horrible pain in installing a software product and it's many
non-included libraries only to find out the libraries it recommended getting
were older than what I had. I found this out too late. I had a terrible
time recovering from that. Linux is not for the faint at heart but the
absolute best gaming platform when compared to Windoze. Quake 4 takes 3
minutes to initially load on Windows and 1 minute on Linux.
Best of luck to you. I hope you defy my negative feedback and win this bloody
On Monday 02 April 2007 4:12 pm, Ketzerei/Deafmonkey wrote:
> Well, thanks for you time. But. I'd really appreciate it if one of you cold
> either a) Give me a link to some documentation that literally spells out
> how to go about installing an ATI driver, or b) E-mailing me a full
> tutorial because I just don't seem to get it. I understand my
> thickheadedness is a pain, but I've been trying for about 2 weeks now to
> get this FREAKING GAME TO JUST WORK! Help would be verrrrrry much
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