Linked by Eugenia Loli on Thu 21st Sep 2006 08:54 UTC, submitted by brandon
3D News, GL, DirectX ATI has released the 8.29.6 version of its proprietary Linux drivers, with the announcement that the 9000, 9100, and 9200 IGP and Mobility Radeon chipsets are no longer supported by the new version. Radeon 8500, 9000, 9100, 9200, and 9250 devices are also dropped from support. Thankfully, these models are supported in 2D/3D mode by the open source DRI driver.
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> The law in the USA and its various colonies such as Europe [...]

This is so funny I just had to highlight it ;)

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hackus Member since:

I say colony only due to the fact that as trading partners your laws are almost identical to ours, and are changed to fit our trading laws.

Especially when it comes to this intellectual property crapola of patents and copyrights.

Europeans don't even have the balls to admit it.
(i.e. They don't have software patents, but the issue them anyway, even though the population doesn't want them.)

Just to make the Empire of the USA happy.

So, in affect economically, yes you are a colony of ours.

Be a nice European colony too and institute "Software Patents for 1000 years.", or we just might do some "regime" changes.



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Morin Member since:

I almost expected that you meant it that way. Yes, you're right, the US dictate a lot upon Europe, and yes, Europeans don't have the balls to admit it or even become a bit more independent... although I don't think a "regime change" would be possible in Europe - too much bad reputation. You'd just issue some economic pressure and we're f*cked ;)

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