--- Comment #44 from Thorsten Leemhuis <fedora(a)leemhuis.info> 2009-02-21 19:59:08
(In reply to comment #43)
(In reply to comment #40)
> ping -- how to get things rolling? kwizart, could you maybe review this? I have
> no systems with nvidia or ati hardware at hand to test this, so I don#t feel
> comfortable to review this
Actually, it would be great if you could test it (even if you don't review)
since I'm in the opposite situation - I only have ATI/nVidia cards and no Intel
or other integrated GPUs. I think the non-ati-nvidia case should be handled,
but just to make sure...
What do you want see tested on intel hardware?
But whatever: I guess the tool should just say something like "this tool only
manages proprietary nonfree drivers; there are no such drivers for your
hardware so you won't need this tool" or something like that
(In reply to comment #42)
> one more comment: why is stuff stored in /etc/rpmfusion-config-display.d ? I'd
> say users should never modify those files (or should they?), so /usr/share
> might be the better place
Hm.... Good point. I wanted to make the design work with 3rd parties though, so
anybody could drop a file in /etc/rpmfusion-config-display.d and then use their
driver configuration. That would still be true for /usr/share, but /etc seems
like a more appropriate spot for this (ie, like /etc/yum.repos.d or /etc/mock)
I'd say: definitely go for /usr/share then. Make it use
/etc/rpmfusion-config-display.d as second source if really needed, but I see no
reason for that. IOW: don#t create config files or files in /etc without strong
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