Rifester wrote:Stability has more then made up for any "missing" features...
Rifester wrote:Debian documentation is very good. I set up my card with Debian Squeeze & Compiz very easily (using debian documentation). With LMDE it all just worked...
Gerd50 wrote:the LMDE Installer till now doesn't recognize Raid.
zerozero wrote:i think you are referring to jockey-gtk, the GUI application that installs the needed drivers in the system;
been that the case, no, LMDE doesn't have such a tool, is *buntu-specific and isn't ported upstream.
pghjake wrote:For LMDE and proprietary video drivers I would recommend using either smxi or sgfxi script from smxi.org
wget smxi.org/smxi.zip will get them for you. Unzip to /usr/local/bin and run smxi for the full experience or sgfxi for video drivers only.
Follow the on screen instructions carefully when replacing nouveau driver with Nvidia proprietary as you will probably need to reboot and rerun sgfxi from non-X terminal to complete the install successfully.
bradfrank wrote:Rifester wrote:Stability has more then made up for any "missing" features...
I would agree, but there's a couple instances where versions matter. For example, VLC didn't get audioscrobbling until 0.9.
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