It's not my driver, its your driver. My problem is bad hardware support gets in my way as a developer, hinders software companies' efforts to port software to gnu/linux environment.'waaaah - waaah - waaah - my driver isnt as good as it could be'
stop whining, get the specs amd released and get coding rather than bitching on a forum
The GNU/Linux environment does not support OpenGL3.
That is the problem and this is what the open driver developers (including AMD and Intel people) are currently addressing.
Binary blobs are not a part of the GNU/Linux environment, they are a kludgy add-on. They are like Crossover Wine for running Internet Explorer, or the ndiswrapper for running Windows drivers. A temporary duct-tape fix for a serious problem: there is no Free and Open Source solution for OpenGL 3, or for programming modern GPU hardware.
Any real fan of GNU/Linux should be interested in fixing this deficiency instead of calling for even more dependence on Linux-hostile hardware manufacturers.
http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pag..._results&num=1Linux-hostile hardware manufacturers.
If nvidia is hostile towards linux they wouldn't be releasing good binary drivers for it and like it or not, majority of the linux users use their hardware and drivers. Looking at the figures of all gpu sales worldwide, their choice should be intel, because intel sells more IGPs than any other gpu manufacturer (%50 or so of all gpus) and their drivers are fully open source (but are they good enough is the most important part).
And if there's a hostile-towards-linux company it is amd. They release bad binary drivers with bad kernel xserver support. And they release specs and do nearly nothing to develop a driver out of them. And they eventually binary driver support to their hardware, which sucks in the first place.
I repeat linux is not an operating system - it is a GPL kernel as is hurd
1.)"Windows_PowerShell#PowerShell_2.0" ULTRA BASH emulator
2.)Drop NTFS and Got WINFS Btree Filesystem to emulate an BTRFS linux filesystem.
3.)Packetmanage system or some people call it ''Appstore'' with an similar system to .deb or .rpm to emulate the ultimate linux feeling.
3.) Full openGL5 and openCL2 and direktX 13 support with ultra Visualstudio GCC emulator Compiler.
4.)windows mobil8 to emulate an andorid and KDE5 for windows to emulate the ultimate linux feeling.
5.) emulate an out of the box radeon feeling by integrating the catalyst into the windows-kernel.
6.)Integrating an virus scanner and XP-anti-spy software into the window kernel for emulating the security of linux.
7.) Integrate an similar technic like WINE and Dosbox into this technic to get old windows and dos software to run.
8.) an VM for porno surfing to get the security in porno surfing like linux or start every app into an sandbox like sandboxy to emulate the linux root free desktop usage and emulate the multiuser fuctionality by Virtual maschines.
and so one and so one microsoft really need to do a hart work.