On Tue, 30 Nov 2004, Niall Donegan wrote:
> I fully support your stance. However, can you recommend to me a
> Dual-Headed graphics card with 3D support under linux that I can get for
> under 100euro, and has totally open-source drivers? I looked, and failed.
Radeon 9200. I've got two of them (one PCI and in an Alpha). I think
they're about 70 bob on komplett.
> The fact of the matter is that at the moment if you want a decent
> graphics card under linux, you are stuck with NVIDIA or ATI with
> their binary drivers.
And if you /ever/ want open drivers, then the strategy of pragmatism
for short-term goals and acceptance of NVidia's binary only drivers
is *not* going to get them.
> Such is the life of a poor student!
Poor? I couldnt afford a computer at all when i was a student.
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