Dermot McGahon wrote:
>> seems to argue with that attestation and yes, it looks like someone has
released a patch for the nv driver for XFree 4.3.0 (which I can't tell whether
> I couldn't tell you whether it is maintained or not. Only
> that it was functional at one point.
I don't really think it is that functional. Perhaps it is, the linked page
casts doubt on that and there's quite a bit of information on ye olde interweb
about how to get the nvidia driver to do what I wanted it to do...
Yes, I sold out.
> I just asked why, other than 3d support, use that instead of the
(obfuscated) > nv driver, or indeed buying hardware with actual open drivers.
That's simple enough. I'm fairly sure the nv driver didn't support that at the
time, I'm not sure if it does now... but, it's probably worthing looking into.
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