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Old 04-18-04, 07:08 PM   #14
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Default Re: NVIDIA-5336 + latest 2.6 kernel problems

Originally Posted by SuLinUX
Nvidia needs something to focus on, nvidia need to get the driver fast and stable with the manstream kernels NOT bleeding edge ones. The drivers seem to be solid on the 2.6.x from what i've seen so bleeding edge distros will have to suffer if you ask me.
According to all indications, bleeding edge (re: this topic) will rapidly become mainstream... in other words all Linux users will suffer once mainstream merges this work -- only distros that do not upgrade kernels will remain 'solid on the 2.6.x'. In this you are right... up to a point in time, where you become very wrong.

I do not stand with those that think nVIDIA should put extensive effort into following the bleeding edge, however, in this case significant changes are being made that WILL effect the ability of their drivers to perform. I expect that in time they will correct these problems -- it would be reasonable for the engineers to begin looking at the problem now.
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