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Old 01-18-08, 11:29 AM   #13
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"Good" to hear that I am not the only one. To bad nvidia don't seems to care about Linux Had this been Windows it would have been fixed within a week. We are lucky if it EVER get's fixed.
Here I don't agree at all . Linux support is really good, but you may not forget, that they surely not have as much people taking care about the linux modules as they have for the windows drivers. I think, that people developing the linux modules are also involved into the windows driver developments and have to take care of both systems.

So don't blame them for some probs like these ones refering to the latest version. I'm pretty sure, that they will fix it the next time.

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Old 01-19-08, 03:53 PM   #14
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I had a big frame rate drop after switching to driver 169.07: if I run a program using Ogre 1.4.x (see http://www.ogre3d.org/ ), it becomes frozen when Ogre test all modes to find supported ones for frame buffer objets at startup. While is frozen, XID errors appear in dmesg. Then, if I run any 3D program it has a very low frame rate. I have found that if I remove code to test 16 bits FBO mode in Ogre, all goes well! Otherwise, only a reboot of the computer makes go away bad performances...

This bug is always reproductible on my Dell Precision M90, it has a Quadro FX 2500M with 512MB of RAM.
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Here I don't agree at all . Linux support is really good, but you may not forget, that they surely not have as much people taking care about the linux modules as they have for the windows drivers. I think, that people developing the linux modules are also involved into the windows driver developments and have to take care of both systems.

So don't blame them for some probs like these ones refering to the latest version. I'm pretty sure, that they will fix it the next time.

Nvidia rocks!

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Here we are at 169.12 and I have the same issues with UT so the next release hasn't solved the issue, at least with my 8800gt. Same stuttering and sky texture mess.
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Damn!
I was just happy I resolved the sound issue I had, thinking I won't have to go back for Windows
same problem, of course, with q3 here
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