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SubjectRe: Hardware supported by the kernel
    Hi Alan :)

* Alan Cox <alan@lxorguk.ukuu.org.uk> dixit:
> > who did I miss ?
> Trident - documentation is public, nobody has tackled a driver

Trident cards are still sold? Here in Spain is difficult to get
one (except a second-hand maybe).

> Intel - older stuff is slow, newer onboard video is actually pretty good
> and Intel support this stuff seriously. Its not a radeon but it players
> cube perfectly well 8) Presumably intel will eventually fuse the CPU and
> graphics into one chip.

I tested the 810 a time ago. It was not slow (2D at least, didn't
check 3D), but it was buggy (even in Windows, so Linux drivers
weren't blame of this).

Raúl Núñez de Arenas Coronado

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