I would like to ask any NVidia Fedora users do you use open source or proprietary NVidia drivers?
Why do you use driver that you use? Have you tried the other one? What are the benefits and disadvantages to both of them?
If you use proprietary drivers how do you install them? Which package or packages need to be installed? Which repository has best proprietary NVidia drivers?
I’m asking because Fusion Linux ships only with default open source drivers but if NVidia users wish I can also include proprietary driver and have it pre-installed by default. I don’t have any NVidia hardware running Fedora so any donations are also welcome 😉
Pick your poison.
This post has raised some heat in blog comments and also in Fedora mailing list discussion so please lets all calm down and give your vote here:
Fusion LinuxFusion Linux is a completely free and open-source, Linux based operating system and a Fedora Remix. It is an installable Live DVD/USB image that includes multimedia functionality out of the box with added desktop tweaks for better usability and additional software. The Live image can be installed to your hard disk. Fusion Linux is 100% compatible with Fedora, and includes packages from Fedora and RPM Fusion software repositories with some additional custom packages.
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