radeon driver heading in wrong direction :-(.
Ed.Greshko at greshko.com
Sun Jan 31 14:50:08 UTC 2010
Gilboa Davara wrote:
> On Sun, 2010-01-31 at 20:30 +0800, Ed Greshko wrote:
>> In my case, none of the above...
> Oh, come on!
> I'm using the same binary driver as you are.
> And yes, nVidia binary driver, while -far- better than ATI's driver, has
> had it's share of issues.
> - Initial F12 xorg + nVidia driver combo resulted in unbelievably slow
> performance under KDE.
> - Legacy driver releases tend to lag the "current" driver badly. In a
> desktop, you could always switch to the latest version, but you laptop
> still carries a GF5600M, you're more or less screwed.
> - Xen kernel were never supported by nVidia.
> - Having to compile a kernel without 4K stacks for months, until nVidia
> added support for it.
> .... Again, nVidia is doing an admirable job at keeping their drivers
> stable and current (compared to say, ATI or Intel Poulsbo), but claiming
> the using them do not come at a price, is ridicules, at best.
I said, "in my case" none of the above. So, unless you know the details
of "my case"....
Having to manually track the satellite.
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