Re: If ATI and nVidia don't support their own products, who does?
> Thank you! That was my point. Which is why I asked where I could
> find a board made by a company that isn't as selfish and petty as
Frankly I think nvidia should get a clap on the back for making a
driver. So its not Open Source, well frankly you are never going to
get totally open source. There are always going to be purducts which
are not fully open, but thats something I dont care about if it means
better hardware support.
I like a lot of people use linux, because its free and its better, the
open source bit come futher down the list.