Nvidia Linux drivers causing random hard crashes and now a major security risk still not fixed after 5+ months

The recent fiasco with Nvidia trying to block Hardware Unboxed from future GPU review samples for the content of their review is one example of how they choose to play this game. This hatred is not only shared by reviewers but also developers and especially Linux users.

The infamous Torvalds videos still traverse the web today as Nvidia conjures up another evil plan to suck up more of your money and market share. This is not just one off shoot case oh how much I wish it was. I just want my computer to work.

If anyone has used Sway-WM with an Nvidia GPU Im sure they would remember the my-next-gpu-wont-be-nvidia option.

These are a few examples of many.

The Nvidia Linux drivers have never been good but whatever has been happening at Nvidia for the past decade has to stop today. The topic in question today is this bug httpsforums.developer.nvidia.comtbug-report-455-23-04-kernel-panic-due-to-null-pointer-dereference.

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