On Thu, 2013-04-25 at 13:10 +0200, Ralf Mardorf wrote: > On Thu, 2013-04-25 at 12:52 +0200, Dan wrote: [...] > > > I checked, and the kernel has not been updated. > > That's strange, if you downgraded to the old version of X and the kernel > version still is the same, but it doesn't work, then something is fishy. > > Was menu.cfg regenerated? Perhaps there's a bad option. > Do you use a xorg.conf? > [...] I can't really speak for AMD/ATI, but I ran the NVidia binary driver from their website for a while in combination with Debian Testing. In my experience, the driver had to be reinstalled every time the x packages were upgraded, not just X versions, but packaging changes as well. That was really unpleasant as it occurs quite often. Not downloading a new driver, just reinstalling the one you already had. Luckily, I can now use the Debian packages for the binary driver and nouveau is also good enough if I don't run 3D heavy applications. So maybe just try to reinstall the AMD driver?
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