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  • Linux is mostly fast.

    20 42.55%
  • There are a few problems.

    16 34.04%
  • It is difficult to make Linux live up to my expectations.

    6 12.77%
  • I do not know/No straigth forward answer.

    5 10.64%
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Originally Posted by jaboua You can use antialiasing in linux... I found an option for it in nvidia-settings not long ago. Haven't tried it thought... And about drivers, on my ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by jaboua
    You can use antialiasing in linux... I found an option for it in nvidia-settings not long ago. Haven't tried it thought... And about drivers, on my box I haven't noticed any difference between win2k and linux with the nvidia drivers.
    That's because you have an Nvidia card.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Curlydave
    Quote Originally Posted by jaboua
    You can use antialiasing in linux... I found an option for it in nvidia-settings not long ago. Haven't tried it thought... And about drivers, on my box I haven't noticed any difference between win2k and linux with the nvidia drivers.
    That's because you have an Nvidia card.
    I thought you said you did'nt get those features in ATI or NVIDIA card drivers. I must have misunderstood you.

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