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Re: CPU recommendations *avoid Intel-Shite*

On Sat, 2003-05-03 at 06:44, Paul Johnson wrote:
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> On Sat, May 03, 2003 at 05:46:36AM -0500, Ron Johnson wrote:
> > *ALL* of NVIDIA's cards from the Riva TNT2 up to the Quadro FX
> > are supported under Linux just as well as under Windows, because
> > of the uniform driver.  What other (non-mobo) h/w company can say
> > that it supports Linux just as well as Windows?
> Too bad they went with Windows for the idea of stability and ease of
> use.

???  Where did I say that?

However, the new "universal installer" has worked great for me, 
even when upgrading the kernel.

> > Yes, it's a binary driver, and I'm not happy about that, but I
> > can live with it...
> I could live with it if it wasn't fscking unreliable with no
> improvement between revisions.

It's been pretty (no, totally) stable for me...
Asus K7V133
Via KT133
Riva TNT2 M64
  XFree 4.2.1-6
  GNOME 2.2.1

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