On Friday 25 July 2003 09:13, David St.Clair wrote:
Why not download it during installation (so no
it clear that it is a 3rd party driver and is not supported? That's
what SUSE does. That way the user gets to choose. I could care less
if it "taints" my kernel. I just want a 3d driver that works. I
know it's not hard to install, but it would just be a nice feature
that would make redhat seem more polished.
And then Red Hat will have to create some mechanism to re-download or
rebuild the driver every time you install a new kernel or an XFree86
update. Not exactly a trivial thing to automate.
Jesse Keating RHCE MCSE
Mondo DevTeam (http://www.microwerks.net/~hugo/
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