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I would assume if everything went smooth with the nvidia installation, you're dandy . If you want to check though, type: Code: glxinfo | grep rendering If it comes back ...
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    Linux Guru bryansmith's Avatar
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    I would assume if everything went smooth with the nvidia installation, you're dandy .

    If you want to check though, type:
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    glxinfo | grep rendering
    If it comes back with yes, you are good to go.

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    yep, that worked. answer came back as yes. Thank you

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    I just came to ubuntu 6.10 after using suse 10.1. Suse was broken, slow, bulky, and buggy. I was very dissatified with the distro. I am willing to smooth things out with her though, so I'm doing a fresh clean KDE install of Suse 10.2

    Glad to see ubuntu is working out for you - I'm hoping it will do the same for me for a long long time to come.

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