On Mon, 29 Nov 2004, Rick Moen wrote:
> > I'm happy enough that companies like NVidia are even recognising that
> > Linux user's should be supported aswell. Whether that means releasing
> > specs or writing drivers is up to the company.
>> It is certainly up to the company -- as it's also up to Linux users to
> decide where to spend their $LOCAL_CURRENCY_UNITs. I preferentially
> spend mine, on grounds of self-interest, on companies that meaningfully
> cooperate with the open source community.
>I fully support your stance. However, can you recommend to me a
Dual-Headed graphics card with 3D support under linux that I can get for
under 100euro, and has totally open-source drivers? I looked, and failed.
The fact of the matter is that at the moment if you want a decent graphics
card under linux, you are stuck with NVIDIA or ATI with their binary
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