Re: avoid nvidia?

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On Wed, 2003-12-03 at 16:49, Don wrote:
> I'm finally getting fed up with my ancient Pentium 60MHz 96MByte Ram,
> machine and am thinking of buying a replacement for the sole purpose
> of running Fedora.... I don't really care if the GUI works, I'll
> probably set the machine at runlevel 3 (is that the one for "normal"
> use, non-gui?)
> But, I would like to be able to run X if I needed to...

    Nah, they're great.  Don't get an off-brand card; get one that comes
in an Nvidia box ensures they're not just using the chipset in some way
that causes problems.

    Let me put it this way: if I wanted to build a workstation, I'd be
spec'ing an Nvidia GeForce card for it.  It's 2D is fantastic, and it's
3D is great for the money. (And I've paid a lot of money for video cards
in the past.)

    If you'll specify you want X to be loaded at installtime, you can
always ssh into the box and run those X apps if you stil want to.  Just
"redhat-config-network &" and you're on your way.

    Enjoy!  Good luck on the box.
Brian FahrlÃnder                 Researcher, Conservative, and Technomad
Evansville, IN                           
ICQ  5119262

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