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    SubjectRe: Exploit in 2.6 kernels
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    On Wed, Apr 13, 2005 at 11:47:46AM +0200, Helge Hafting wrote:
    > You're not. Complain to nvidia - using both email and snailmail.
    > If everybody with such problems did that, chances are they see
    > the light someday. Oh, and complain to the guy handing out
    > nvidia cards like confetti, state your preference for some other
    > card. Perhaps that is easier to achieve.

    What card would you recomend to people?

    > Whats wrong with tainting? It is just a message, telling you that
    > the kernel is unsupported. In this case because you're running a
    > closed-source module. The tainting message itself does not do
    > anything bad. There is a way - which is to write an open nvidia
    > driver. To do that, you'll need to get the specs out of nvidia or
    > figure it out by reverse-engineering some other nvidia driver. Either
    > approach is hard, so people generally find it cheaper to just buy
    > a supported card.

    It is becoming harder and harder to find supported cards it seems.
    Finding a card with decent 2D drivers for X can still be done, but 3D is
    just not really an option it seems. Even 2D seems to be a problem on
    many cards if you don't use a binary only driver.

    Len Sorensen
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