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Old 06-21-04, 02:07 PM   #19
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Default Re: NVidia framebuffer driver to replace vesafb

If people really want a framebuffer driver, there's enough public source code to build one (xfree86 nv driver and much more ..). Further another nice solution for a framebuffer driver is to use scitechsoft's "free" (for personal use) snap graphics driver. This driver is crossplatform and includes support for Linux. The nice thing about is that the driver has an SDK using which it is possible to build custom drivers including a framebuffer driver. This driver will then be optimal for all hardware supported by snap... (writing this driver shouldn't be hard)
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