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Where can I find Linux drivers for my AMD graphics card?

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AMD's Catalyst driver for Linux is proprietary code, which is necessary to get the best 3D game performance of AMDs graphics hardware on Linux.

But there is also a graphics driver named "Radeon", which has been developed based on hardware descriptions released by AMD.

AMD Linux Download Center

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Where can I find Linux drivers for my NVIDIA graphics card?

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Nvidia still offers the worst open source support, compared to Intel and AMD. Intel's Linux graphics drivers are completely open, but Intel's integrated graphics cards still can not compete with dedicated Nvidia or AMD graphics cards for serious gaming performance.

Nvidia has released proprietary drivers for Linux. Sorry, only 32-bit at this time.

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Countries Doesn't Respect Citizen's Online Privacy

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Countries doesn't respect citizen's online privacy.

Sometimes when planning a trip or permanent residence in another country, one must look at all the negative and positive things this country has to offer, like a persons integrity, privacy and in some cases their weird laws.

Countries confirmed are:

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Which version of Python is installed?

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Open a terminal window and type the following:

python --version

Press Enter.

 

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Which version of Python is installed?

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Open a terminal window and type the following:

python --version

Press Enter.

 

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Games For Linux

Windows has always been the preferred platform for gaming, but after STEAM's interest in Linux more game developers are making their games natively available for Linux.

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