"The train has gone off the tracks. In The Truth About ATI/AMD
& Linux, AMD's Matthew Tippett had shared with us that the AMD
driver release cycle is like a train and that '...we are on the
train, and to add a new carriage or update the carriage, we have to
do it while the train is running, without stopping the train, or
letting anything fall off.' However, this morning the train (AMD's
release schedule) has went off the tracks for the penguin riders.
AMD has issued its first-ever hot-fix release for the Linux fglrx
driver. This release corrects an aticonfig crash that removes the
xorg.conf if you are using the vesa driver..."
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