The release notes mentions an experimental ATI driver that you could try.
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Revenue: $30 Million
Owner(s): Mark Shuttleworth
Type: Public (NYSE: RHT)
Revenue: $652.57 million USD (2009)
Net income: 78.72 million USD (2009)
Employees: 2800 (2009)
Yeah, you see, having a business model helps. Someone's gotta actually write that software that Canonical gives away for free, you know...
Describe to me the harm that would arise against the good of humanity if Microsoft and Apple through customer demand were forced to implement Ogg Vorbis and Theora support in their browsers.
When you're done, you can continue by describing the harm that was inflicted on humanity when Microsoft was forced to start producing a web browser for Windows so that people wouldn't use non-Microsoft software.
- unused packages removal - ie, if a a package is only installed as a dependency, and if no package which depend on it are still installed, the package can be automatically removed.
yum install yum-utils
- suggested packages, ie., packages has a list of packages which enhances the package in quesiton.
- recommended packages, ie, packages which are not strictly required but should normally be installed with a package.
I don't think so, but as crush mentioned PackageKit will sometimes suggest packages to install.
- support for packages deprecating and/or providing other packages
- support for running configuration utilities and such during installation
No, RPM package installation is completely non-interactive by design.
Moblin has about as much Fedora roots as it has SUSE roots and the package management does come from Fedora, not from SUSE, AFAICT.
Given the Microsoft-Red Hat deal in February, are we seeing Red Hat's 'Novell Moment?'"
Oh, you mean the one where Red Hat got exactly what they wanted: A no-patent deal with Microsoft.
It's good that people are watchful of Red Hat, but this article is just an implicit accusation taken out of thin air.
That's exactly what it is, which is why the laws and their interpretation at the patent office and the courts must change.
Normally: at this point RH & <evil company> would enter a cross licensing agreement, but I doubt that RH will do that, it will be interesting to see what they do do.
They might, but to be consistent with what they've done before and with their stated intentions they would have to licence the other party's patents for all open source software (or perhaps all GPL:d software). I think they'd do that, even if they have to throw some cash into the deal as well.
I don't have a clue about Red Hat's intentions, but I do know that they can't not protect its intellectual property without risk of losing rights to it.
NOOOO! That's about _trademarks_. Patents do NOT work that way.
No, there's a Java-based player for Vorbis+Theora. Here's an example:
Your internets are slow? Maybe it's not the users' fault.
My ISP provides me with internet access at advertised speeds, and they don't charge me an arm and a leg. I think it has something to do with there being a working market with ISPs that actually compete with quality.
Of course, I live in Europe.