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  1. I have an integrated Radeon X300 in a notebook, I...

    I have an integrated Radeon X300 in a notebook, I couldn't even play Quake 3 at 1024x768 with it so I am not going to be bold enough to test it with MSAA.

    Even under Windows it was a struggle to...
  2. You are of course right, from your standpoint...

    You are of course right, from your standpoint Linux is a gaming platform, no doubt about it.

    But as we see not everyone shares your enthusiasm when it comes to developing a video game software to...
  3. Not just, and not just personal computers running...

    Not just, and not just personal computers running Linux.

    But for graphics workstations and video game software Microsoft Windows is a better choice, or the only choice.
  4. And most usable I might add being an open source...

    And most usable I might add being an open source driver and still stable, usable for video acceleration and satisfying basic 3D acceleration needs.

    Nowadays integrated solutions can even cover...
  5. Nevertheless it is not a gaming platform. For...

    Nevertheless it is not a gaming platform.

    For that you want video games available from the stores and digital distribution systems for the platform.

    But you only have an Ubuntu Software Center...
  6. Generally speaking Linux can be a gaming platform...

    Generally speaking Linux can be a gaming platform when you have an ecosystem with companies, manufacturers competing for customers utilizing a platform.

    It's already happened. Yes, my friends,...
  7. Ubuntu is not suitable for 80486 machines, not...

    Ubuntu is not suitable for 80486 machines, not even for embedded systems based on a 80486 processor.

    Also from Ubuntu 10.10 i486 along with i586 and i686 (without cmov) is not supported anymore.
    ...
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