Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 1st Feb 2008 10:44 UTC, submitted by Michael Larabel
Intel At the Linux.Conf.Au conference today, Intel has announced NDA-free programming documentation covering the 965 Express and G35 Express IGPs. Intel's display driver has long been open-source, but up until now, they have not been releasing the programming documentation for these products to the public. This move comes months after AMD announced their new open-source strategy and began releasing register documentation on their R500 and R600 GPUs. These newly released documents by Intel even cover 3D and video programming for their IGPs.
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by TechGeek on Fri 1st Feb 2008 20:27 UTC in reply to "RE[4]: NVIDIA"
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What distro are you running? I have Geforce 2 Go in my laptop and it is happily running Fedora 8 with the binary drivers. True, the newer drivers dont support it, but they still make the older drivers available.

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