That's exactly why I am correct.
Do you really think that Nvidia cares about Linux gamers when that is... oh.. about 0.30% of the potential market? There is no money it. The reason they support Linux has nothing to do with typical desktop usages.
If Linux died tomorrow then Nvidia would be a very happy camper as I am sure dealing with X and Linux is a huge PITA for them.
When the time comes, support will be available.
SLi was a needed feature in Tegra too isn't it?
For most configurations it isn't needed. Hasn't been for a long time. Some distributions are smart enough to use the blob when detected on the system.If Nvidia gave a crap about the desktop they would do things like.. I don't know... eliminate the need for xorg.conf
Works quite well here., get rid of their stupid twinview stuff.
Still has better PM then any FOSS solution I have found so far. Powermizer works, check, STR works, check, STD works, check.Or have good power management.
Probably what will happen is people using Nvidia proprietary drivers and wanting to use Wayland will just have to run Wayland on top of X.When the time comes, support will be available.
IF Wayland gets picked up by something like Meego/Chrome OS and IF Meego/Chrome OS gets popular for handhelds and IF ATOM gets popular for tablets and such then Nvidia will probably end up supporting it.
The majority of the push from developers for reformation of X/Wayland are interested in embedded systems. X Server, the way it is now, is too much of a pig to be competitive in small systems. It has nothing to do with the networking or anything like that. It's just that X, X Server, and everything else is too complicated, to legacy-ridden, and too big.
It's quite possible that X will get more lightweight, faster, and streamlined and eliminate the need for Wayland. But that would still mean breaking compatibility with Nvidia either way.
Oh ya and adding items like:
is really sought over by their GPGPU / CAD customers isn't it? Not to mention the tonnes of individual fixes like playing "Miracle of 51st street" playback.Added ColorSpace and ColorRange features for HDMI
Yes. ION is not for embedded systems. Atom is not for embedded system?
If your not even going to try to think then what is the point in engaging in discussions at all? Stop saying moronic crap like this.SLi was a needed feature in Tegra too isn't it?
So your not confusing having GUI tools that edit your Xorg configuration automatically with not actually having a xorg.conf, right?For most configurations it isn't needed. Hasn't been for a long time. Some distributions are smart enough to use the blob when detected on the system.
This is what happens on my system:
How about your nvidia Linux systems?Code:$ cat /etc/X11/*conf cat: /etc/X11/*conf: No such file or directory
It's news to me that Nvidia proprietary driver no longer needs Xorg.conf at all anymore. Somebody should let Nvidia know so they can update their documentation.
Works quite well here.
Yes. I am not saying that it does not work, I am saying it's stupid that it still exists.
Yes. I am totally impressed that you have Powermizer. Oh, wait. I don't care what random trademark'd BS Nvidia claims your stuff supports.Still has better PM then any FOSS solution I have found so far. Powermizer works, check, STR works, check, STD works, check.
How about Suspend to RAM? Does that work well for you yet?
Thats the stuff I care about. I know that it works ok for some Nvidia users, but it's still crap for others. Especially for most people that don't have new enough card that is supported by the newest drivers.