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  • Ati with Nvidia Physics under linux

    Hi all,

    i have searched on the forum, on google,...

    Without success


    So, some of you know if it is possible under linux?

    I mean an Ati vga + Nvidia vga for physics

  • #2
    Nvidia Physx is not available for linux.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by deanjo View Post
      Nvidia Physx is not available for linux.



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      • #4
        PhysX *is* available for Linux. As for what games use it, I've no idea. I remember reading somewhere that at least ones does support it.

        As for the original question, I think it's not possible to load both ATI and NVidia drivers at the same time in Linux. Only Windows XP and 7 seem to be able to do this.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by RealNC View Post
          PhysX *is* available for Linux. As for what games use it, I've no idea. I remember reading somewhere that at least ones does support it.

          As for the original question, I think it's not possible to load both ATI and NVidia drivers at the same time in Linux. Only Windows XP and 7 seem to be able to do this.
          Nope, the Physx your thinking of is not for the Cuda GPU implementation of it. The Physx SDK for linux was for the original Physx cards.

          http://developer.nvidia.com/object/physx_downloads.html

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          • #6
            Or software (CPU) implementation I should add as well.

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            • #7
              Well wine allows you to install the agia physics library and play games like Velevet Assasin, that make use of it.

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