Wow. Setting up a voodoo2 is the easiest thing I've ever done under linux. Build one source rpm, install one binary rpm, run tests. Tests work, much to my surprise. Sure, I still have to do Mesa, but I imagine they have an rpm for that, too. This is on the gnome-to-be box, by the way, which is running the easy to use helixcode installer as I speak.
Where oh where have the days gone where one must struggle grueling hours against the machine to make linux work? Ahyeh, the initial install process that I spend the rest of this week on. Right. Good.