> >I study programming device driver .
> >Nowadays being interested in graphic chip driver, I can't get
> >graphic chip manual & driver source code. ( Chip vendors don't provide
> >them to individuals)
> >I want geforce2 chip manual & driver, but any other chips manual &
> >driver is ok.
> >Please, let me know how to get them.
> The drivers from nVidia are proprietary, so you can't get the sources for
> them, unless you have some really good friends at nVidia... ;)
> You can always take a look at the opensourced drivers from the Xfree86
> source, available from xfree86.org. These do not support hardware
> accelerated openGL, though.
I thought there were some obfuscated ones from nVidia in XFree 3. But
then there is also utah-glx.sourceforge.net who support some matrox,
some ati, some old nvidia, SiS, and S3.
Enough choice, I would say.