[PlanetCCRMA] Video Card

Jeff Sandys sandysj at juno.com
Sat Apr 5 17:57:42 PDT 2008

If your just working audio I would get a motherboard with video output on the
I believe that these will always work with any Linux, and it will save you
some $ for 
more audio gear.

If you want accelerated 3D graphics, I have had a better experience with
Nvidia than 
ATI.  The first part of the graphics card setup is with the X-server, you
may need to 
work on the configuration to get either card working like you want.  The
second part is 
installing the proprietary drivers from Livna and updating the X-server

Your PC config is about 10X what I use successfully with Fedora 8 and CCRMA.
-- Jeff

petoral wrote:
> ...
> I am trying to build a PC prepping for Fedora ccrma.
> Could anybody recommends a video card that is already tested to work with
> any fedora OS.
> ...
> Is this good enough PC config;
> ...
>  MOBO - Intel DP35DPM
> ...

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