For those 10.10 Maverick users with 2.6.38 or 2.6.39 (64-bit) kernels, you can get fglrx playing nicely together with X.org 1.9.
Unfortunately this new driver does not support X.org 1.10 and that leaves 11.4 users to use the open-source drivers.
Custom build procedure:
My Vostro 1510 comes with an on-board wireless miniPCI card but it does not work “out of the box” with Ubuntu, even with the latest 2.6.39 kernel. The only option that works for me is the binary hybrid blob driver provided by Broadcom, but even that is out of date. They need help in order to work with 2.6.36 and upwards and I have a patch for that.
Chipsets supported by “Broadcom’s IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n hybrid Linux® device driver” are: BCM4311, BCM4312, BCM4313, BCM4321, BCM4322, BCM43224, and BCM43225, BCM43227 and BCM43228.
The my exact chipset from lspci command:
Broadcom Corporation BCM4312 802.11b/g LP-PHY (rev 01)