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Old 01-02-06, 10:36 AM   #1
takane2
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Default riva 128 chipset on suse 10

I just installed suse 10 and it detected my STB velocity 128 card (uses riva chipset) and the nv driver works fine. I'd like to be able to have open gl support however. The newer offical nvidia drivers don't support the riva 128. Is there any version of these drivers that supports the riva128 and the 2.6 kernal since i'm using suse 10?
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