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Easy ATI and NVIDIA driver installation with Envy

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“Envy” is an application for Ubuntu Linux and Debian written in Python and PyGTK.
  • detect the model of your graphic card (ATI and Nvidia cards are supported). However “Manual installation” is also available
  • download the right version of the proprietary driver for your ATI or Nvidia card from ATI or Nvidia’s websites
  • handle the dependencies (compilers, OpenGL, etc.) (according to your OS version and kernel) required to build the module
  • install/uninstall the driver
  • set up your xorg.conf (i.e. the configuration file of the Xserver) for you (according to your system specifications)
 read more | mail this link | score:5331 | -gg234, August 15, 2007
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