Intel's Poulsbo Driver A Bloody Mess?
Feb 02, 2009, 13:04 (2 Talkback[s])
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"With the X.Org Poulsbo driver not being actively maintained, it
doesn't even build with the latest Linux packages. If things
couldn't get worse, the Intel Poulsbo driver depends upon a binary
blob. The blob found in this file is called msvdx_fw.bin and if not
installed will prevent you from utilizing 3D or video acceleration.
Not only is there that headache, but there is also another
dependent blob called Xpsb that is required."
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