Like this: find/usr/share/ati/fglrx-install.log ?
No. Exactly as newt typed it. You can copy the line, then paste it into a terminal with key combination Shift-Insert.
It's really just a matter of finding the file and reading it. You can manually navigate to /usr/share/ati in a file manager.
Still, as uelsk8s said, your card and current kernel combination is not supported directly. You will need to do some manual tweaking of the code to get the module to compile.
I tried copying find / -name *fglrx-install.log* in the terminal and pressed enter and nothing happened.
I tried to find it in the file manager and got this:
The file or folder file:///usr/share/ati/fglrx/-install-log does not exist.
I tried it with /var as newt suggested and got this:
The file or folder file:///var/share/ati/fglrx/-install-log does not exist.
How do I manually tweak the code to get the module to compile, please?