PhysX For CUDA, Linux Support A Given?

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| CUDA has been supported under Linux from the start with their graphics driver
| now bundling the CUDA driver and version 1.1 of the CUDA Toolkit being
| supported under Fedora 7, RHEL 3/4/5, SLED 10, OpenSuSE 10, and Ubuntu 7.04
| (binary downloads).
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Is NVIDIA Buying AGEIA Good For Linux?

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| Though with this afternoon's announcement of NVIDIA acquiring AGEIA, we
| wonder how this could impact the level of PhysX support for Linux. As NVIDIA
| actively supports a binary driver for their GeForce and Quadro products, we'd
| hope that once these GeForce+PhysX graphics cards are introduced we will find
| support within the NVIDIA Linux driver. We also hope the future bundling of
| PhysX IP into NVIDIA's GPUs won't hamper their rumored open-source strategy. * * *
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NVIDIA Plotting Open-Source Strategy?

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| According to an AIB partner, NVIDIA is planning an open-source counterattack
| against ATI/AMD. *
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Interview: The driver behind NASA's Mars Rovers

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| It all runs on a collection of high-end Linux boxes -- nice systems, but
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| commodity PC hardware. Since 3-D visualisation is a big part of the job, the
| Linux boxes sport bonzer NVIDIA graphics cards. *
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