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Subject: [aclug-L] Re: Voodoo & Linux 'OpenGL' 3D Graphics
From: Randy Reames <randy@xxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sun, 30 Dec 2001 10:51:19 -0600
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12/30/2001 9:46:43 AM, David Carmichael <dec2955@xxxxxxxxxx> 

>I would not call the Voodoo-2 a fancy video card... it is 
now close to
>three-to-five years old.. some of the newer video cards are 
what I would
>call fancy! They get so hot and run so fast that they need 
their own cooling
>fans.. The ATI-Radeon<PCI> that I picked up a few weeks ago 
even has its own
>cooling fan and the card is basically two years old! The 
newer versions are
>two head, dual monitor, multi-plane, DVD hardware decoding, 
>The good side of most of these newer cards are they come 
with Linux
>3D/OpenGL drivers (and support) out of the box......

Oh, ok. Well its fancier than mine. 8)

>'Oh' why I started to reply in the first place was.. I have 
been trying for
>a number of hours to reach the web site 'Linuxlookup' from 
your link and
>keep getting DNS errors, did a trace route and it has been 
failing on me
>some place out west...

Mmm, crazy. Well keep trying I guess. I copied the link from 
the site. Google may have it cached. Did you have a look

Good luck and keep trying.


Randy Reames  randy@xxxxxxxxxx 
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