On Fri, 26 Nov 2004, John Madden wrote:
> I _am_ running 64bit OS (debian-amd64). In fact, only provide their
> chipset drivers for 64bit linux, and not 32bit. So it's kinda the
> reverse of what you were saying above!
Point stands though.
Eg, how do I get a modern 3D card to work in Stewie's^Wmy Alpha? (ok
ok, small matter it only has PCI.. - what about PowerPC?).
Thankfully, Radeon 9200 PCI works fine, due to open drivers.
> Agreed, but at the end of the day, they work.
But you've rewarded a company that refuses to provide docs. That's
not a good long-term strategy.
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