[citation][nom]boogalooelectric[/nom]In regards to Linux (Ubuntu 10.04)the new driver gives me a message in the lower right had corner with the AMD logo and "Unsupported Hardware" that is persistent. It was getting late so I gave up on working on it until this weekend, but it was frustrating.Anyone else having this issue?[/citation]
Ubuntu 10.04 will locate restricted drivers for ATI graphics. I have a Gigabyte 890GPA-UDH3 with integrated 4290 HD graphics, Phenom 555 II X2 (unlocked to 4 cores under windows), ect. The default restricted drivers show that same logo. I downloaded the 10.4 driver package and viola!, no more annoying logo. But!, I did not remove the original restricted drivers (because I am a Linux noob) and so there were conflicts and crashes. I did a fresh install of Lucid, and I am living with that stupid logo for now.
Are you sure you installed the package correctly? Because in my situation the, logo disappeared after the ATI 10.4 install, despite the fact I didn't do it correctly by removing the previous proprietary driver.