Wrong answer. Those drivers are not Free Software, as requested.
I know ATI's Radeon 7500 is well supported (I have one, which
substituted a GeForce 2MX since it was only doing 2D), and a few more
recent ones are also supported (although I can't say how well).
ATI's most recent boards only have 2D support, and there's some hint of
3D for _some_ recent boards in XFree86 (development branch
On Sun, 2003-11-30 at 02:13, Benjamin Arai wrote:
NVIDIA and ATI both make 3D accelerated drivers for there cars
although I think NVIDIA's drivers are more complete and are prone to
less problems then the ATI linux drivers
On Sat, 2003-11-29 at 13:43, jshreffl wrote:
> Are there any graphics cards with good Free/Open Source drivers that
> support 3d-acceleration?
Benjamin Arai <benjamin(a)araisoft.com>
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