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Old 01-26-04, 09:01 PM   #1
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Do the new drivers have the nvidia-settings GUI that I saw in the "beta" linux drivers thread? if so where or how?
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No, they do not.

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Old 01-26-04, 09:07 PM   #3
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but under the advanced options dialog, it says directory for nvidia-settings to be installed. Just accidental?
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Old 01-26-04, 09:13 PM   #4
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--nvidia-settings-prefix=[NVIDIA-SETTINGS PREFIX]
The prefix under which the NVIDIA XFree86 Settings Utility
(nvidia-settings) will be installed; the default is: '/usr'.

I guess its something we have to look forward to
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I can neither confirm nor deny...

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Old 01-26-04, 09:25 PM   #6
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one thing this has reminded me of, will there ever be any documentation released on the NV-CONTROL extension?

I really can't see how thats going to kill you?

I guess that some sort of thermal support is planned? Not knowing the temp is one thing that really annoys me, since stuff is avaliable that does this in windows, along with overclocking etc

wink twice if correct etc



btw, are you back to stay on the forums andy, or will you be canishing for another 6 months?
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No, they do not.

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So why did the nvidia-settings panel not come with 5328?, dont nvidia think Linux users use AA or AF features, I find it strainge and considering the 4620's seem to be the best driver.

I'd love to know the situation with this?
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I also wonder why 4620 were the fastest yet
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Sorry, I really can't comment about any of this stuff yet.

Moled - yes, i'll be around as much as I can.

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