Nvidia Is Preparing An Unexpected Surprise For Linux Users In 2020



f33dm3bits

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Interesting! Looking forward to hear what will be announced at that conference! Although to be honest I've never had any problems with nvidia drivers.
 

Nelson Muntz

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It's been hit and miss for me and Nvidia because I don't use new graphics hardware.

If the open source graphics driver works I use it and when it doesn't work I grab a different graphics card.

Time will tell what Nvidia does to help Linux.
 

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now thats what I call la
It's been hit and miss for me and Nvidia because I don't use new graphics hardware.

If the open source graphics driver works I use it and when it doesn't work I grab a different graphics card.

Time will tell what Nvidia does to help Linux.
Now thats what I call lateral thinking; basically thats my approach too along with the philosophy of gino d'acampo
 

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It should be noted that the article, written late last year, included

GTC 2020 kicks off on March 22, 2020 and concludes March 26. We should have all the details by then.
The event was altered from being held live to going digital. Corona Virus.

A google search under

2020 GPU Technology Conference

yields further results.

Can I leave that to you, Nelson, or others, to follow up and report back?

Sounds interesting.

Cheers

Chris
 

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When I do a search.
"2020 GPU Technology Conference"

This is what I've found.



Nothing about Linux and Nvidia.

Guess we will have to wait and see.
 


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