Doug wrote at 2012-11-27 00:15 -0600: > 1. Proprietary drivers are generally written by the folks who know > the product the best, and so have the best chance of working without > bugs. > 5. If it works when you install it, there should be no reason *ever* > to update it. "If it ain't broke, don't fix it!" --Ann Landers Ignoring the other points, these 2 are radically different than the experience I had with nvidia drivers a few years ago, and the fglrx trouble that (seemingly) everyone was having around the same time. I avoid proprietary software because I have had a lot more trouble with it than free/open-source software. Of course I do acknowedge that there does exist excellent non-free/closed-source software.
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