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NVIDIA GeForce Go 6800 Ultra driver for linux


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Can anyone direct me to this driver? i just baught a dell xps gen2 with the NVIDIA GeForce Go 6800 Ultra card and i cant find a driver for rad hat 9. thanks in advance
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Can anyone direct me to this driver?  i just baught a dell xps gen2 with the NVIDIA GeForce Go 6800 Ultra card and i cant find a driver for rad hat 9.  thanks in advance

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Unless RedHat has it on there website.I would say its in the RedHat 9 install.

During the install you should have the option on what drivers you want installed or you have to find it thru the RedHat OS :tazz:
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well im having a little issue, i have 8.0 full they i got right from redhat but disk 2 is a little messed up so i cant finnish the install but with this 9.0 i have a student version cd and there is no extra proggy cd's or anything so i dont think is supports alot

does anyone know where i can find 8.0? i have done many searches but all i get is forums from 2002 and the ftp's are no longer there
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Try guru3d.com they have all sorts of videodrivers. Thats were I got my laptop g0 6800 drivers for XP.

Also, why are you using a gaming laptop for linux? I thought Linux was not the ideal environment for games. Did you find a good emulator? Last I heard WINE was horrible at 3D appz although it may have been updated or perhaps you are using another application for your Windows Emulation.
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