By default, Nvidia proprietary driver is NOT accelerated under Firefox due to instability with some cards.
A Pentium 4 era machine with IGP I posses, scrolls in Firefox just as fluid using intel opensource drivers, as proprietary nvidia driver. There are however problems when playing fullhd video, due to Firefox not having basic pixel acceleration support and blitting in software. Same HD video, for example, in any player that outputs to Xv, runs flawless on P4. And OpenGL up to 3.3 in software(up to 2.0 in hardware, full support)...
Originally Posted by GT220
Face it, you know what I said is true, you GPL Nazis are killing Linux.
“Fascism should more appropriately be called Corporatism because it is a merger of state and corporate power”
You fail at failing.
Last edited by crazycheese; 10-18-2012 at 06:13 PM.
I'd imagine that would be the license text. If the Windows license states that anything linking to its code is considered a derivative work, then it is.
Well, license agreements can only govern whatever copyright applies to, as license agreements are terms of the contract between the copyright holder and the licensee. The question is whether the Nvidia blob would use DMA-BUF as an API or whether it would derive from it.