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|I use it and would like an nVidia driver!||16||88.89%|
|I'm considering using it.||1||5.56%|
|It's too new. I'll wait and see what Intel does.||0||0%|
|I'm waiting for AMD64-STABLE.||1||5.56%|
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|03-01-04, 11:03 PM||#25|
Join Date: Mar 2004
The nurse here at the rest home says I should take my meds and go to sleep, now...
One final note -- since all the current crop of 32/64 bit machines are transitory by design, I really don't care all that much if I have to hang a bag on the side to make my video card work.
Anyone care for a challenge of compiling in a 64-bit nvidia driver into the freebsd AMD64 kernel? No matter how crufty and ugly it may be?
Now, where's my meds???
|03-02-04, 02:06 PM||#27|
This works on any Intel chip from the Pentium on up. It might work with Athlons as they have separate data and code TLBs, but I couldn't find any info on how to access them like Intel does through the test registers.
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