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Old 07-31-02, 10:35 PM   #1
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Default Slackware and Verto Vanta?

nVidia doesn't seem to have any driviers for slackware - too bad.

Any chance I could use another driver? Maybe a RedHat driver or someting?

Also, I noticed that nVidia supports the Vanta graphics chip, I suppose that is what is used in the Verto Vanta 16MB PCI card?

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Old 08-01-02, 04:05 AM   #2
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For some popular distro's (RH/Mandrake/Suse) nvidia provides packages. For distro's like Slackware and Debian they don't. (for sure they expect that people using those distro's have a lot more linux experience) You can just use the tar.gz packages. Those work on all distro's.
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