Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 26th Jul 2007 20:29 UTC, submitted by David Lin
3D News, GL, DirectX "Dell knows it won't happen overnight, but along side wanting to ship audio/video codecs, Intel Wireless 80.211n support for Linux, Broadcom Wireless for Linux, and being able to ship notebooks and desktops with Compiz Fusion enabled, Dell would like to see improved ATI Linux drivers."
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RE[2]: Woohoo!
by archiesteel on Thu 26th Jul 2007 21:14 UTC in reply to "RE: Woohoo!"
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Actually, all Envy does is install the proprietary ATI drivers (not sure what you meant by "standard").

You don't need Envy to run the proprietary ATI drivers, either; you can simply follow the steps outlined on the unofficial ATI for Linux Wiki:

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RE[3]: Woohoo!
by ninja_in_pajamas on Thu 26th Jul 2007 21:28 in reply to "RE[2]: Woohoo!"
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Yeah, you're right. But for some people it isn't as easily fixable bo using Ubuntu's somewhat shoddy howto. For instance, I had ATI drivers working great. A few weeks later, one of the updates did something ot make those drivers stop working. I followed every howto I could find but to no avail. I used Envy and everything worked perfectly. That is the main reason why I recommended it.

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RE[4]: Woohoo!
by apoclypse on Fri 27th Jul 2007 03:08 in reply to "RE[3]: Woohoo!"
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If it was a kernel update, then you have to recompile the the kernel module.

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