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The first thing I noticed is that after the ubuntu install it did not give me the option to install the restricted drivers.If it is an nVidia card it may be that the late version use the noveau driver instead of the proprietary driver. But I also read that some distros (including *buntu?) now distribute the proprietary driver. Could be that if you said yes to the EULA before you don't have to do it again?
Even when I went into the option that said hardware. It didnt give any options just an empty box.
Do you have an alternative to Blu-Ray Disc based content for those who like hires video content? One without DRM?Wish I had. Not sure if that was tongue-in-cheek or not, but the answer is of course and unfortunately no. At the moment, and except for hi-def videos transferred over the Internet from freedom loving souls, I cannot access hi-def content on media without DRM. That doesn't mean the manufacturers should get away with restricting our use of media we already payed for. DRM is not a part of the content in any way, it is added later, as the media corporations' way of to taking the job of judge, jury and police. It is not democratic and it only hurts the movie industry.