Originally posted by: monte84
fglrx. XRandR is now supported with the new driver. But if XRandR is enabled, the Catalyst cannot control the monitors.
Then perhaps there is a line like "XRandR" "false" to add to Xorg.conf to disable XrandR? I had been running the fglrx driver on my HD 3850 until the 9.2 upgrade simply froze X with a black screen after it loads if I try to enable Xinerama. I ended up moving to Xorg 1.6 (from 1.4.2) and building the latest Mesa/6xx-7xx drm/xf86-video-ati from git to get my machine to work properly. There is no hardware-accelerated 3D using that setup (which sucks), but the EXA 2D acceleration and actual tear-free XVideo are great. I only occasionally play games on my machine but do a lot of "real work" and TV/video watching, so that trade-off is definitely worth it.