Fedora's latest AMD issues aren't about some Catalyst graphics driver problem, but rather for the few still left using a 32-bit USB installation on an AMD processor. Fedora has moved to effectively demote the i686 architecture images for Fedora 24, but even for now with Fedora 22/23 the x86 32-bit packages are basically being maintained as a best effort. The Linux x86 support is slowly running into some issues and it's hitting the point of diminishing returns...
September 17, 2015
Fedora Linux Is Looking For Those Still Using 32-Bit AMD CPUs
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