As many of us now come to expect a little more from a graphical desktop, we've all been duly impressed with the capabilities of the widgets like Beryl that sit on top of the Xgl library.
Now, thats 'X server with OpenGL support'.
Now i read in another thread, that after directX 10, ATI are no longer going to be supporting OpenGL with their drivers.
Does this mean that anyone with an ATI card running Linux will no longer be able to get updated drivers? And therefore won't be able to run OpenGL apps of any sort on linux without using legacy drivers? Do ATI even provide drivers for Linux? I've never owned an ATI card so I wouldn't know...
If ATI cut OpenGL support, then won't that kill of ATI in the linux junkies market?
My impression from friends and gaming buddies, is that Nvidia just about come out on top against ATI, especially with the whole XBox thing. Isn't this a silly move by ATI?