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Old 10-22-03, 03:24 AM   #1
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Default Linux on Asus A7N266 - VM

I installed the latest nforce driver by rebuilding the source rpm. But still I cannot play games like tuxracer, chromium. There is framing.

How can I resolve this?

These games are too slow.

What changes should I make to the XF86Config file?

The driver listed was nv before I installed the driver. Now also it is nv. Should I change it to nvidia ?

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Old 10-24-03, 06:56 AM   #2
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Of my two comptuters running linux, the a7n266-vm based one is the one that works properly.

So, it can be done, but I don't even understand your problem (what is 'framing'?). Have you edited your XF86Config file?


Life would be perfect if it wasn't for thisone small glitch....
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