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Old 25th September 2004, 12:14   #1
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Default ATi moves into Linux, and simply doesnt get it

From where Im sitting this looks like well end up with support for their PCI-E products on the SuSe Linux distribution alone, which could be worse than having no support at all. As frankly the idea of Linux is that everybody contributes in the spirit of open source and makes sure new products...

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