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  1. Well, they see to it that the actual code created...

    Well, they see to it that the actual code created by others blends well into their own distro and at a reasonable pace, not as easy as it sounds ...
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    It will take some time before this works fully...

    It will take some time before this works fully ok, I read somewhere that devs themselves expected the work to bleed over to 13.04. So, be in no hurry for this to work the way it is intended.
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    Lot's of Doom here. Personally I've switched to...

    Lot's of Doom here. Personally I've switched to xfce as well, but it is a rather primitive desktop-environment, on the positive side of things mabe this mess will accelerate xfce-development and...
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    Because of this, as I am running bleeding edge...

    Because of this, as I am running bleeding edge Ubuntu 12.10 and using Nvidia proprietary driver, I have switched to the xubuntu-desktop(xfce) and using glx-dock as launcher. It looks pretty much as a...
  5. Thread: gt9500 vs gt210

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    The GT210 is too weak for gaming but he GT430 can...

    The GT210 is too weak for gaming but he GT430 can be found very cheap, and it's easy to mod the bios in Nibitor for some extra pixel pushing and flash the new one with nvflash on a bootable...
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    There's a lot of people switching over to Linux...

    There's a lot of people switching over to Linux who already have an X-Fi, keeping it is definitely cheaper than buying ANY card. In case they dualboot to Windows for gaming, they actually use some of...
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    Well, X-Fi isn't crap under Linux anymore as I...

    Well, X-Fi isn't crap under Linux anymore as I told him, it's a pretty good soundcard. Minus bloated drivers, which actually is a good thing :)

    One of X-Fi:s main features, the very high quality...
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    It's not really necessary with an X-Fi...

    It's not really necessary with an X-Fi replacement anymore; since Kernel 2.6.31 and onwards so is X-Fi fully supported in the Linux-kernel. I've run my X-Fi using 2.6.31 for a while now and sound...
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    I can only confirm that Nvidia works almost...

    I can only confirm that Nvidia works almost flawlessly in Linux; I grew tired in experimenting with ATI/Linux and bought the cheapest 9600GT-card I could find. A Gainward, @ ~70$:

    1. glxgears ->...
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    Well, for me I've given up temporarily. I bought...

    Well, for me I've given up temporarily. I bought a very cheap Nvidia 9500GT-card(<40$) w. HDMI + audio passthrough for my Linux-box. I'm bound to using 2.6.31+ kernels for certain features I use, and...
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    Personally I'm using Mandriva 2010 Alpha w....

    Personally I'm using Mandriva 2010 Alpha w. 2.6.31-rc1-kernel, the open source driver works flawlessly for me. Great 2D-acceleration, great 2D IQ, video looks awesome. No 3D of course, one currently...
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    I stand corrected, it doesn't work for newer...

    I stand corrected, it doesn't work for newer kernels and at the moment I am stuck at using the latest kernel because I have other hardware which just recently got support in the kernel.

    Mostly my...
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    I guess it is still a way buggy driver, as far as...

    I guess it is still a way buggy driver, as far as i know it still doesn't work at all with HD4xxx-cards(R700). At least your card somewhat work.

    Luckily for me so has the free open source driver...
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