Update: See the next post in the series for instructions regarding the installation of the AMD Catalyst driver on Fedora 21.
This is an easy and quick post, since the new driver from AMD installs in the same way as the previous driver. It requires the same prerequisites and the same patch, so feel free to follow the previous instructions – just ignore the old driver specification of 14.301 and use 14.501).
I’m working (obviously, if you’ve read my other posts) on fixing up my Fedora 21 product situation which resulted from a careless fedup operation. Once that’s done, I’ll post the steps for installing the driver on Fedora 21. The immediate good news is that the majority of the steps are the same, you just have to deal with the KDE and GNOME groups differently. If you can work that out on your own, just perform the same steps as the previous instructions and you’ll be good to go.