"Back in June of 2005 with the ATI Linux 8.14.13 driver release
was a new installer to more easily facilitate the installation of
this binary graphics driver using a graphical interface for a
generic setup or generating distribution-specific packages (at that
time Red Hat was the only officially supported distribution). With
time, this installer has evolved by gaining new features and more
distributions are being supported through their --buildpkg command
for generating custom driver packages. These packaging scripts are
now even hosted in the open for more community interaction. With
two new driver options that will be formally introduced next month
in Ubuntu's packaging scripts for the Catalyst 8.02 Linux driver,
the installation process of the ATI fglrx driver on Ubuntu will
become several steps easier..."
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