DragonFly users List (threaded) for 2006-02
Re: NVIDIA driver
--- Simon 'corecode' Schubert
> On 16.02.2006, at 01:42, Danial Thom wrote:
> >>> So. What are those of us with Nvidia cards
> >> do? Install a different
> >>> video card?
> >> - use text console or
> >> - use xorg with vesa or nv driver
> >> - don't use 3d accellerated stuff
> >> - reverse engineer the hardware, or better
> >> - get hardware companies to open their specs
> > I wonder if the open source weenies will ever
> > figure it out?
> > They made a business decision that they have
> > to lose by opening their interface to cloners
> > then they have to gain by releasing source
> > interface specs. Its not really that
> I wonder how long it will take you to figure
> out that this isn't our [=
> society's] problem. I never asked for the
> raisins they have, I know
> them. I don't care why they don't open it. I
> care *that* they don't.
> This is a problem of our society. As soon as
> all hardware is closed,
> all software needs to be closed as well,
> leading to an all-closed IT
> infrastructure. This document? You may not
> open [bad propaganda in
> there, after all]. This email? You may not
> encrypt [well of course,
> but we will still be reading it]. This song?
> You may not record from
> the radio/your friends playing the guitar
> [after all it's copyrighted
> and you didn't pay the fee for it].
You don't have a G-d given right to use other
people's work without paying a fee for it. You're
not smart enough (apparently) to realize that the
only reason that you have so many choices of
incredibly inexpensive hardware to run your free
software on is because of all of the money that
microsoft has spent and EARNED to create markets
that make it feasible for so many vendors to
thrive in. You're like the typical liberal moron
who complains about all the money the gov't
spends on war while you bask in the freedom that
the wars have made possible. Get a clue. You
don't understand business or markets or anything
that is important.
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