Thanks a lot for the tip.
But actually i installed again the driver from rpmfuion, since it's
quite up-to-date already.
I got better 3D acceleration with near zero effort,
the problem with gnome shell persists, but kde is doing a good job for now.
2011/8/14 Craig White <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> On Sun, 2011-08-14 at 17:16 -0300, Leonardo wrote:
>> hello all i would like to know how to build an rpm package for ati
>> driver on fedora 15
>> i've found this topic on the internet but it caused strange video
>> issues (i.e. superior bar with strange colors) on gnome3
>> if no alternative rather the pointed one is available, maybe i get kde
>> for a while, bu would be nice to get the full performance on the nice
>> gnome shell.
>> thanks in advance.
> download the source rpm from rpmfusion and install it
> make whatever changes you want to the sources (which is sort of
> impossible since ATI distributes a compiled binary)
> rebuild using the spec file from rpmfusion
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