On 5/18/20 5:54 PM, Ty Young wrote:
I'm not advocating for in-kernel drivers. AMD with their drivers
proven proven what a bad idea that is. I, for the most part, like where
I'm at and the way Nvidia does things. If I'm against it, I don't see
why I would be the one to do it.
This comment doesn't make any sense. NVidia's driver is just as much
"in-kernel" as AMD's. It's just supplied separately and has to play
catch-up every time some internal kernel interface changes.