> > So why try make out that you looked around for open-source supported S-Video
> > out (which i believe the s-video on radeon is, by gatos), but couldnt find
> > any, when you didnt?
>> I looked in Tralee, therefore I looked, that's not so difficult to understand.
Not that it matters at all.. but you didn't honestly think that a Linux
supported open-source card would be found in Tralee in the first place,
I'd even wonder if you could buy last gen cards like the r200 in Dublin,
like Paul I buy everything of e-bay and I've used Irish credit cards,
Australian credit cards and to be honest the most painful bit for me as
the been the Aussie post office not letting me know when the packages
I would love to be able to impluse buy computer products but at the moment
that mainly means Windows is your only choice....
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