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Old September 27th 08, 11:17 PM posted to alt.comp.periphs.videocards.matrox
Alex Bird
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Default Linux support useless, leaving matrox!

Well it looks like I'll be leaving Matrox for, well, pretty much *any*
other major manufacturer of graphics cards.

Almost everyone else provides up-to-date drivers, information for open
source driver writers...etc.
Then perhaps I can use modern visual effects and 3D apps.

I like the hardware, it's rock solid, but the attitude of the company
is ****, and it's got to go.
 




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