|01-12-06, 05:04 AM||#1|
Join Date: Jan 2005
nVidia: I luv you guys ...
I am looking at the most beautiful thing I have seen in Linux (from nVidia) in years.
I was configuring the new system and after getting the reference drivers installed( and fixed after kudzu whacked the Xorg.conf file ) I was looking for a lm_sensors access widget in the menu. There, in the menu's System Tools, was something I have wanted to see, practically begged to have, but not expecting anymore: "NVIDIA X Server Settings".
Of course I clicked it and up popped a widget similar to what I have had in MS OS.
It brought tears to my eyes.
I am not very happy about HARM but that new widget pretty much makes up for it.
Thanks to all who worked on it.
CentOS 220.127.116.11 x64
eVGA 7800GTX ACS**3
Core Temperature: 37C <<== Brought to you from Linux by nVidia.
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When two people meet and exchange ideas, each has two ideas.
... Open Source. Just do it.
System: BFG GTX260^2 graphics but has ** TERRIBLE BLINKING OS **
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|01-15-06, 03:04 PM||#2|
Join Date: Nov 2004
Re: nVidia: I luv you guys ...
It's not actually that new.. In a term you just type nvidia-settings and it brings up the same thing and has done for some time now.
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