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On 7/24/09, Robert P. J. Day <[email protected]> wrote:
> On Fri, 24 Jul 2009, Andras Simon wrote:
>
>> On 7/24/09, Robert P. J. Day <[email protected]> wrote:
>>
>> >   at this point, i have to agree.  i've been on fedora for several
>> > releases but if i can't get minimally functional video drivers
>> > that don't lock up my desktop every 15-30 minutes, it's time to
>> > move on and find something that works.  life is too short to spend
>> > hours messing with this and reporting to bugzilla only for nothing
>> > to happen.
>>
>> I understand your frustration, but: are these Fedora or X problems?
>> If the latter, then I wonder what "moving on" could mean...
>
>   i *was* going to add something to that effect to my previous note.
> are other distros having exactly the same frustrations?  friends of
> mine who run debian or ubuntu seem to be happy, so maybe i'll ask them
> what they're doing.

Trying a live debian/ubuntu cd seems like a more productive approach to me.

>   i'm not asking for much -- i don't need 3D or blazing speed.  i just
> want my native 1280x800 screen resolution.  i don't think that's
> being unreasonable.

Absolutely not! That's why I said I understood your frustration.

Andras

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