>>>>> "JPL" == John P Looney <john at antefacto.com> writes:
>> Is that chipset supported by XFree86 without any proprietary
JPL> Seeing as it's not out, I'd say "no yet". The 2D stuff should
JPL> be supported by the standard nv_drv.o in XF86-4, with the 3D
JPL> stuff requiring their dodgy binary driver...
Damn. I'm going to have to move fast and buy one *before* they put
that damn chip in. Curse you Dell, for forcing my hand like this!
Pretty much every machine I have contact with these days has ATI
graphics. Dell laptops, my home box, even the goddamn Suns. If only
the XFree86 guys would get DRI working for the Mach64.
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