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Originally posted by qwijibow or maybe even more impressive....
Remove one OpenGL library (MesaGL)
remove one driver (NV)
compile a new Graphics Driver (Nvidia)
Compile a new OpenGL library (Nvidia)
all without a reboot.
Well, I have recompiled the entire system, equivalent of a re-install, no reboot on that one either. That would include all those video driver stuff.
Originally posted by qwijibow what are you smokin ???
Me not smoke or drink. I saw your distro was Gentoo though. It's winders that wants you to reboot after every little thing you do. I'm suprised that when you go visit a webpage that IT doesn't require a reboot too. God forebed you open a couple tabs in in Mozilla in winders.