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Ubuntu 7.10 "Gutsy Gibbon" is out

lthown (737539) writes | about 7 years ago

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lthown writes "It's October 18th so go get it. You can choose from a Mirror, use their download page or get the torrent (i386 desktop) — a complete list of the available torrents is at (scroll down to the "ubuntu-7.10" section)."
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Linux 3D hell... (1)

xtracto (837672) | about 7 years ago | (#21023435)

Yup, I upgraded already to 7.10 from 7.04 via the recommended update-manager and after finishing the update and restarting my computer my ATI 3D acceleration stopped working :(. There is no way to blame the closed source drivers since my chipset is (supposed to be) supported by the open source ATI drivers and are not supported by the closed source drivers...

Everything was working "almost" (as has always been the case with Linux for me) in my laptop with Ubuntu 7.04 (I had to press twice the wireless network button after turning on the computer, no suspend, USB keyboard does not work after hibernate resume, etc etc etc...),

After the upgrade, the wireless works very well (no need to press the button to deactivate and reactivate wireless) but now the 3D DRI rendering is not working...

Oh well... at least in my experience that is the way Linux has behaved in all my computers.
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