So my laptop that I'm using with Ubuntu 11.10 so far is working great. The thing is that in the driver on my system info says its using Gallium 0.4 on ATI RS480.
My Laptop is old and is using the IGP of the ATI Radeon Xpress 200M.
I looked around and not understanding whats going on, but it seems there is 2 versions. The xerver-xorg-video-ati and the fglrx.
Question 1: Is the Gallium driver showing in the system info is the open source driver (xerver-xord-video-ati) mentioned?
Question 2: Is there a point in using the fglrx version?
Question 3: Should I stay with what I have or should I get fglrx?
Side note: Upon checking one of the questions recommended, I did run the unity support test and Unity 3d supported does show "yes" along with every other test.