--- Comment #19 from Thorsten Leemhuis <fedora(a)leemhuis.info> 2009-01-05 18:50:25
(In reply to comment #18)
PackageKit integration is possible as well, but then that means that
have to ship all of the config files by default and submit updates when new
GPUs come out...
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
I'm not sure if it would be the best solution, but
implementing a second tool aimed at helping users install the right proprietary
drivers for their hardware would work around the constant update problem, an
open the door to letting us suggest additional kmods (ie for wireless) for
I tend to say a two step solution with different tools just confuse users.
Ideally it should be possible to chose, install and enable a driver with just
one tool and just one or two clicks in it.
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