I'm running 2 24" Acer LCD's at home off a debian setup(and 2 dell 18"
ones at work), its pretty easy to setup with both nvidia and ATI cards
these days, though given the extra options and ease(if you use the
nvidia closed source driver) i'd go with a decent nvidia card and ye
should have bo bother with it. I've Xconf's for both cards(nvidia 5200
for the twin 18" and Ati X1900XT for the twin 24") around if you like,
but it shouldn't be needed really. I don't use any rotation options
though, i just find dual montiors far better for
On 15/12/06, ilug at maccarthy.org <ilug at maccarthy.org> wrote:
> I'm thinking of moving to a dual monitor setup and am investigating my
>> I'll be running Ubuntu (sometimes windows). I want to use 2 19" LCDs,
> and the setup is mostly for a programming setup. I also think the
> ability to rotate monitors is pretty cool for various tasks. ( as here
>http://graphicssoft.about.com/b/a/167369.htm ) .
>> Is anyone running a setup like this ? Is anyone using the Dell 19 " (
>http://tinyurl.com/wb4lx ) LCDs ? ? Opinions?
>> Lastly what video card(s) would you recommend to support dual
> monitors, and possibly the rotate functionality.
>>> Thanks Justin
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