Originally Posted by nemecb
In any case, until there's sufficient market for Linux video cards to justify some real competition for our business this is likely to be something we have to tolerate.
You're totally right and I personnaly can't tolerate it anymore
I've been using Linux for 9 years now and I feel I've spent more time configuring things to get them work than simply enjoying my - great - operating system.
We're talking about video cards here, but it also applies to any kind of hardware (sound cards, printers, scanners, etc...).
Today I'm really fed up. I know the problem does not come from Linux developers, you've just given the right cause. But I can't wait any longer.
So I'll have to switch to WinXP, although that's rather bad news for me.
I just hope Linux support from hardware manufacturers will greatly improve in the coming years...
Until then, I'll be enjoying my 8800GT through Windows, my only choice for the moment