Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sat 15th Sep 2007 20:16 UTC, submitted by Michael
AMD AMD started delivering on their word of providing GPU specifications to the open-source community without a Non-Disclosure Agreement, and now with the 2007 X Developer Summit having come to a close, we asked several key members of the X.Org community on how they judge AMD's recent move. They were also asked if they believe NVIDIA will follow suit in helping the open-source community. Those that responded were David Airlie, Daniel Stone, Jerome Glisse, Stephane Marchesin, and Oliver McFadden. Mark Shuttleworth had also previously commented on AMD's efforts.
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RE[2]: Re: Nvidia
by Crono on Sat 15th Sep 2007 22:50 UTC in reply to "RE: Re: Nvidia"
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Don't worry, their drivers even suck when using Windows. One time I had to use modified drivers (Omega drivers) to get it running at all. There wasn't even 2D acceleration!

I have no idea WHY it didn't work (it's not like Windows is very verbose there) but it just didn't. Okay, the Linux-drivers suck even harder, but it's not like those Windows-drivers are anything near "good".

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