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> > Not just crap hardware, but also vendors who refuse to release proper material
> > required for writing drivers. NVidia springs to my mind.
> >
> Not that the kernel list is the best place to bring this up, but NVIDIA
> would NOT be on that list. They are by far one of the best companies out
> there providing support for their cards. I bought my GF2 for exactly that
> reason too....

Sure. I spent much happy time telling people to report bugs to nvidia because
their closed drivers mean that only nvidia can debug all the crashes people see
with them loaded - at least some of which dont occur without the modules

I wouldnt put them on the list though. Nvidia hardware seems to work, and they
are being quite honest and up front with their proprietary drivers being
exactly that

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