Well, the latest ATI propietary driver works on Xorg 7.1: what are we waiting now? Nvidia? We need the Xorg update now, and push Nvidia to release binary driver. Thats all. With the update, rpm will detect is xorg.conf say nvidia and replace with nv...
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From: leomon <leomon chris gmail com>
To: Development discussions related to Fedora Core <fedora-devel-list redhat com>
Sent: Friday, July 28, 2006 5:09:27 PM
Subject: Re: Leaving? ( AKA Fedora Target Audience)
Yes Finally let's all go and wait for nVidia. Hopefully people won't
find something to complain about and be productive for a change....
On 7/28/06, Jeff Spaleta <jspaleta gmail com> wrote:
On 7/28/06, Stephen John Smoogen <smooge gmail com> wrote:
> It did. I stamped my feet, laid on my back and cried.. but then
> realized that maybe I should just try the regular nv... since I really
> didnt need 1000 fps coverage in bzflag because I still suck at it.
Can we please kill all these threads now.....
if ATI can suck it up and release a driver, surely Nvidia could have
in the same period of time. We all know how this works with Nvidia,
they take 2 or 3 weeks after breakage is introduced in distro to
provide the drivers. Not a test release, not a test update, but 2 or 3
weeks after its introduced in a mainline release. Like sands through
the hour glass, so are the days of our Nvidia drivers
incompatiblities. As the most important Nvidia hardware user on the
planet, if not the universe itself, I say release the goddamn 7.1
updates already so Nvidia can start their goddamn clock towards
releasing a working driver.
-jef"if ATI can roll a release with 7.1 support and get it out the
door, Nvidia sure as hell could to... we need to stop treating either
vendor as some sort of demigod and looking to them for permission to
breathe. Everyone take a breathe and get over it."spaleta
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