Let us know how it works - is 3D supported?I had a very elegant solution to this whole nVidia kernel driver issue. I bought a Radeon 9000 Pro. :)
I'd love to know of alternatives to nvidia for the linux gaming experience, simply for the reason that 3rd party binary drivers are sort of awkward when the kernel is upgraded -
I don't do any gaming on this machine (I do that onNo use for xp here - oh well, to each his own...
another machine running XP).
Rather than spend countless hours trying to
hack nVidia's drivers to work with each new kernel,
If you're not gaming, why not just use the 2D nv drivers? gaming is the only reason I can think of for futzing with the nvidia drivers...
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