--- Comment #21 from Thorsten Leemhuis <fedora(a)leemhuis.info> 2009-01-05 20:23:11
(In reply to comment #20)
(In reply to comment #19)
> Ehh, why? Just let each x11-xorg-drv-foo package create a small subpackage
> x11-xorg-drv-foo-hwinfo and track those in with a dep. Then you only have to do
> a rebuild of r-c-d when new pacakge get introduced (which shouldn't happen that
That would work, and we would only have to update it when nVidia or ATI changes
it's device support... We should probably name it rpmfusion-gpu-hwinfo or
something similar as users might complain get confused about having a part of
every GPU driver installed.
No; it IMHO definitely should be part of the driver package and completely auto
generated there. Maintaining such a package manually sounds way to complicated
to me -- especially when it comes to people that mix packages from updates,
updates-testing or other repos (rawhide, external)
One problem we would have to work out ahead of time is how to
determine when a
driver is installed... We can check for our drivers via rpm-python, but say the
user installs from nvidia.com
Then he IMHO is own his own; improving our stuff and making things as easy as
possible is IMHO way more important then supporting corner cases that have
I'm jumping back and forth here, but I've scanned through the
Gnome HIG and it
would be acceptable to use a drop-down menu or radio buttons. I think we should
use a drop-down menu since we have no way of predicting what we need to
As mentioned on IRC: I dislike a "drop-down menu" solution, as you can't see
directly what options are available. You instead and to create on the drop-down
box, which is error-prone. Hiding beta and legacy drivers also might get
Maybe you mockup really is the best and the easiest mix of the two variants.
Configure bugmail: http://bugzilla.rpmfusion.org/userprefs.cgi?tab=email
------- You are receiving this mail because: -------
You are on the CC list for the bug.
You are the assignee for the bug.