On Wednesday, October 12, 2016 at 10:44:06 PM UTC-4, raah...@gmail.com wrote:
> On Tuesday, October 11, 2016 at 9:50:23 PM UTC-4, nezn...@xy9ce.tk wrote:
> > i readed that proprietary driver better than free driver. Because with free 
> > driver you'll get hot laptop and because free driver can't adjust rotate of 
> > the fan and etc..
> > How i can add the repo? Can you write me? Because i'm not sure. And about 
> > gpg-keys.. Did you something with it? maybe you use --nogpgcheck or 
> > something?
> I find I only need proprietary drivers for gaming, to play like cs:go or 
> dota2 on steam on linux.   But other then that nvidia open source drivers are 
> great on linux desktop with my gtx 650.  in fact with the newer KDE  I found 
> extremely buggy with the opengl set(screen flickers, artifacts),  but found 
> open source to work perfectly and cooler then the proprietary ones.  Same 
> issue with ubuntus unity.  I would assume its the same for all linux 
> environments now.  Also linux compared to my windows has always run cooler.  
> If you have a really new graphics driver you might have problems.  But if its 
> already a year or two old man,  you probably don't need to worry about it.

I mean if you have a very new *Card you might have problems.  but otherwise it 
should run fine.

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