lmde is a thing you may never have heard of, i use it and like it. Nvida is something i don’t use, thus i am prevented from playing computer games that need ”good’ graphics and loads of memory for some idiot programmer to mismanage along with microsoft windoze. Thats an observation, not a compliant.
Not having nvida and using lmde is not a problem. Nvida however does cause issues even for lmde and linux being that nvida cards are full of fail, which makes me want me never to upgrade my troublefree graphics cards that perhaps are a bit ‘underpowered’/not greatest.
I am not blaming linux, if nvida cant or wont cooperate with linux (as broadcom can not for client wifi adaptors) that’s not Linux’s problem, just dont expect me to buy it, I notice that there are a large number of x packages in lmde marked as problematic. I like linux and should you make a decent graphics card which is trouble free then you have made a potential client of me.
But dont expect me to do anything about it soon.