Re: [AKennedy@bursteinlabs.com: GeForce2 divers for XFree86 4.x/Debian]
>> Branden Robinson <email@example.com> writes:
> Someone with an appropriate NVidia card want to do this?
> I think he's probably talking about NVidia's non-free driver(s).
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the one for the kernel driver isn't prettier:
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If someone wants to make and distribute .deb's, he must get permission
from NVIDIA first.