djkrikke: Hi Guys, how is the driver development coming along?
adamk: radeonhd development? It's pretty much stopped dead.
adamk: Sure, for a while now.
adamk: radeon driver development is still going strong, of course.
djkrikke: It's been a while since I've been using linux with my ati 4850. Is the radeonhd driver the fglrx package, or am I wrong?
adamk: No, there are three drivers.
adamk: radeonhd, radeon, and fglrx.
adamk: the first two are open source. radeon is the only one of those two really developed stilled.
adamk: fglrx is the proprietary driver.
djkrikke: I see, what was the difference between those two first ones?
adamk: There were differences in how development was initially handled. Feature wise, radeonhd doesn't really have anything that is missing in radeon.
adamk: As far as I know.
djkrikke: so I better move to the radeon channel for my HD4850 questions? :)
adamk: That would be my suggestion, yes.
djkrikke: ok, thanks for helping
k\t: hey guys, my screen keeps going black saying "no signal" using either ati, radeon, or radeonhd
k\t: is this normal behavior that can be remedied?