First thing first, I got a working Fedora 10 installation on my portable hard disk. Everything is fine. Don't have full set of development tools. But it's fine. Until I decided to install Radeon Driver for Fedora 10.
The end result, as people already knows long before. ATI on linux really sucks. Not just I can't use the screen at all, it unusable. It will be hard to fix. For newbie, you may well just reinstall. Because you cannot use a ATI RADEON 3650 HD on linux.
What I discover.
1) Fedora 10 really works very well, without 3d driver from ati.
2) Fedora 10 don't have xorg.conf anymore. It does make driver installation interesting.
3) ATI documentation really sucks at telling what to install reall.
4) To fedora user. What is the equivalent of Build-Essential on fedora anyway?
5) Next time, I will avoid ATI, until somebody ported open source 3d driver for the cards. So I should aim for those card with open source driver.
6) Is there a way for me to login to graphic safe mode, when boot in.
7) I don't know what I did wrong the ubuntu installer can't seems to detect my portable hard disk for installation.
8) you cannot use a ATI RADEON 3650 HD on linux.
I think it is interesting adventure today. Only to remember I don't need to format the installation(Which I already did). I just need to go into virtual terminal and remove the driver(EPIC FAIL!!!!!!)
Yeah conclusion. ATI SUCKS ON LINUX