> The real point is that there is a history of random advice giving
> from Bryan and this was just the straw that broke the camels back.
Actually if you think I'm going to rise to that, you'd be quite wrong.
> In fact I suspect that poor advice was what kicked off the recent
> nvidia conflagration. Fscked if I'm reading back through that crap
Although, If you had *bothered* to read the thread.. which you've already
admitted you *haven't* done, you'd realise that some random person asked under
what circumstances people were using the "NVidia binary only driver".
And I responded to get S-Video out working on a PCI card I bought.
But, obviously for you one ignorant assumption allows your mouth to do the
thinking for you... so continue... it's been quite cold in these threads
recently... and the hot air is heating the place up.
If you ever do 'leave' the confines of your assumptions based tower.. for
future reference... it generally considered better netiquette to 'read the
thread' before shooting your mouth off.
But, don't let something like that stop you.. you seem to enjoy doing it.
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