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Old 01-07-04, 05:27 PM   #1
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Arrow NVIDIA + Linux 2.6 guide


I just created a guide to help anyone configure a Linux system for an nForce2 motherboard and/or NVIDIA video card. Though these forums and the NVIDIA readme's are pretty comprehensive, I know that I would have benefitted greatly from having all of the information in one place, so I'm hoping that this guide will accomplish that.

The guide doesn't even nearly supplant the need or helpfulness of the NVIDIA documentation, but it does help a person find these resources and do what they need to do to get the drivers working.

I'm sure at least a few people will find it helpful, but if anyone feels like it could use something else then please email me, in order to make the guide more comprehensive.

Thanks and tell me what you think

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Old 01-08-04, 02:40 AM   #2
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Thats very helpful, thanks alot.
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