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Old 02-10-03, 01:15 PM   #8
Chalnoth
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Originally posted by BrianzaMan
Nvidia drivers use GPL code for their closed driver, this is a GPL violation, and only for this you should avoid nForce, but this isn't all, Nvidia's "way to do the things" is ok for video cards, but is totally incompatible with a motherboard chipset.
I'd kind of like to see a little more evidence on this than just your statements.

But, anyway, I really do not mind closed-source drivers, as long as the company has good support. This has been quite true in the past with nVidia's Linux video drivers.

However, they really haven't done anything more than get their nForce product to work in Linux. Hopefully with the nForce2 getting more popular, they'll start some real Linux support going.
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