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    SubjectRe: NVIDIA and 2.6.4?


    Yeah, went poking around the website and found the link up there. I've
    always just used the ftpsite out of habit. gonna go bang my head on a
    desk now.


    Thus spake Dennis Bliefernicht (news.removeme@triphoenix.de):

    > Robert L. Harris wrote:
    > >And that's just for starters. Does anyone know if there's a way to get
    > >this to compile cleanly or is it SoL until a new driver is released
    > >(running 1.0.4191 currently).
    > Get the new driver http://www.nvidia.com/object/linux.html Quite a few have
    > been released since 1.0.4191, in fact you're running the driver that was
    > released December 11, 2002, try an update ;)
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