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Physx support on GPU in linux, is it even on a roadmap?
Will they please finally officially put the damn GTX275 on the linux support list? (Some RPM's packagers are really anal retentive about adding the PCIid to their packages until this is done. *cough* Stefan Dirsch *cough*)
Why is my video card repeatedly freezing and locking up? I've tried gentoo, ubuntu, many different versions of the proprietary driver. And I get graphical corruption, freezes and nvrm Xid messages. I've got a Gigabyte Geforce 260gtx core 216 896mb and I had an 8800gts 320mb the gtx260 is more unstable than the 8800 was. My motherboard is an asus p5q deluxe cpu is an e2220 and I have 4gb of ram. The system appears to pass memory/video memory tests and I have tried everything I can think of to fix it. I have been using linux for 10 years and I have never had this much trouble up until these last two cards. Previously I've owned a TNT2 that had bad ram. A geforce 2mx 400 and a geforce 4 ti 4800se. Oh and under maximum load the highest measured gpu temperature is 59-65C
That doesn't answer the question. We are not wondering about slow ass OGL support (btw which truly sucks in 64-bit I might add in flashplayer 10), we are wondering about vdpau support since adobe supports purevideo in windows.