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Re: FC2 kernel quality

It wasn't a so big problem THEN - all i did was download a new kernel
RPM from the ndiswrapper side with 8k stacks disabled.

*pof* nVidia!

But this udev stuff would be worse to work around...
=> my main machine will stay on fc2 untill nvidia drivers work with fc3.
BTW pissing off nvidia isn't such a good idea either. Not that i oppose
udev, but you get the idea. Please not break the drivers for fun. Not
that i think you do.


fre, 01.10.2004 kl. 00.20 skrev Carlos Rodrigues:
> Malita, Florin wrote:
> > On Thu, 2004-09-30 at 16:25, Enrico Scholz wrote:
> > 
> >>documentation and/or diagnostic. And btw... the nvidia driver are not
> >>supported by FC ;)
> > 
> > 
> > Not sure what you mean by "supported" but 
> > NVIDIA-Linux-x86-1.0-5336-pkg1 works perfectly fine with FC2 for me...
> > 
> Also that "not supported" thing is crap. Binary modules are a fact of 
> life and some care ("some" meaning "break it if you have to, but avoid 
> it if you can") must be taken so that users can use them.
> The fact is that nvidia cards are _very_ popular and users want to have 
> them working properly on linux. In fact they don't have much options, 
> ATi drivers suck beyond reason and other cards are just plain 
> insufficient preformance-wise. So, if the nvidia driver breaks and isn't 
> easy to fix, that will just drive users away. Take me for an example, I 
> have always updated to a newer Red Hat version (since Red Hat 5.0) 
> whithin 1.5 weeks of release, but it took me around 2 months to step up 
> to Fedora 2. Why? Because the nvidia drivers didn't work with the fedora 
>   2 kernel and I have better things to do with my time that patching and 
> rebuilding kernels. When nvidia released new drivers I upgraded within 1 
> week. If I were a new user, I wouldn't even have bothered.
> Carlos Rodrigues

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