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d you even have one tho? (and yes you need to make one i think)
will configure and make that file for you, or your the vendors (of your video's card) version for it, i have a ATI card and theres a different program i have to use, pretty much the same thing tho, just a few extra options for my card
hmm, owell, next thing you know they will replace X with there own version (they already have there own linux kernel don't they?)
i cant say its a bad thing they provide a different program, but must they leave out valuable (well, more standard) programs that are supposed to be installed? (to make it easyer on everyone not using it?)