ATI released a new Driver today (June 9, 2005) version 8.14.3. Here is a scoop on what's new: New Proprietary Driver Installer The new ATI Proprietary Linux Driver Installer makes installing the ATI Linux driver a much simpler and user friendly experience. The installer provides for automatic and custom driver installations. Further, the ATI Proprietary Linux Driver Installer provides an option to generate distribution specific driver packages. New Installer notes New ATI Hardware Product Support This release of the ATI Proprietary Linux driver introduces support for the following ATI Products: Radeon® X800 XL Radeon® X850 PRO Radeon® X850 XT Radeon® X850 XT Platinum Edition Linux 2.6.11 Kernel Support This release of the ATI Proprietary Linux driver introduces driver compatibly with Linux 2.6.11 kernel. Minimum System Requirements Before attempting to install the ATI Proprietary Linux driver, the following software must be installed: POSIX Shared Memory (/dev/shm) support is required for 3D apps glibc version 2.2 or 2.3 Linux kernel 2.4 or higher XFree86 version 4.1, 4.2, 4.3, or X.org 6.8 Issues Resolved This section provides information on issues that have been resolved with the latest release of the ATI Proprietary Linux driver. This includes the following: Quad Buffer Stereo (QBS) support is now working for all ATI FireGL™ products that support QBS ATI FireGL X3 products now support dual-link enabled display devices The ATI Proprietary Linux driver Driver now falls back to a single-link mode if the card or connector does not support dual-link mode The DGA and RandR X Server extensions are now capable of loading simultaneously when using the ATI Proprietary Linux driver Intermittent error messages such as, [fglrx:firegl_alloc_bufs] *ERROR* Failed to create buffer queue (-12) and similar, no longer appear in the kernel output OpenGL based applications that have common symbol names to that of the libGL library no longer experience intermittent erratic behavior Applications using certain OpenGL calls such as, glTexSubImage no longer results in a driver memory leak When running in clone mode, the X server no longer crashes with a segmentation fault if the mouse is moved during a mode switch Full Release Notes Rate The Drivers Here Rate the Installer here Discuss the Installer here Download information for major Distros Note, this is a discussion thread .