Originally posted by semaphore
3. I use geforce2 Ti as my vga, but tux racer is still slow. I think fedora doesnt assign the corect driver. Is it true?
Yes, that's true. There's only the vesa driver included, which has no Open GL hardware acceleration.
and choose the correct driver (I guess it's Linux IA32, as I don't think you have a I64 or Athlon64 Setup with that vga
) , download it and just execute the install script (kill X before). It will look if it has precomplied drivers for your setup, if not it will compile one.
After that you have to do a minor change in your XF86config, and there you go
Here's an excerpt from the README:
If you already have an XF86Config file working with a different driver
(such as the 'nv' or 'vesa' driver), then all you need to do is find
the relevant Device section and replace the line:
(or Driver "vesa")
In the Module section, make sure you have:
You should also remove the following lines:
if they exist. There are also numerous options that can be added to
the XF86Config file to fine-tune the NVIDIA XFree86 driver. Please see
Appendix D for a complete list of these options.