FYI, I've come up with a method under Fedora 14 that is _much_ easier, as it already has Python 2.7, NumPy and JSON support built into the existing OS RPMs. Same with git, python-twisted (needed for Phoenix) and probably some other things I'm not thinking of. I've gotten the provisioning down to a simple kickstart, ATI driver install, SDK install, PyOpenCL and the miner. The SDK is RPM'able, and the drivers do exist in the wild according to my googling (maybe included with FC14 also?).
Will produce a guide, including a kickstart file, when things settle down.. if that should ever happen.
Hi, did things already 'settle down' a bit?
I'm planning to install poclbm (or maybe phoenix as someone claimed it gives 4-5% more output) on the newest fedora but it's the first time I do mining, so a guide would be very helpful.