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SubjectRe: Two Video Adapters - disable one?
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>Disable one?
>
> I was wondering this a few months back, but never asked
> can linux support two vidoe adapters?

My two cgsix adapters seem to work fine under Linux/Sparc :-) On the
PC, I've always been led to believe that the hardware couldn't support
multiple VGA cards. You can have a VGA and an MDA card, though. Recently,
some manufacturers have been making cards that allow you to use more
than one simultaneously. The Matrox Millenium springs to mind (we have
2 or 3 in our PCs at work). I don't think you can mix and match with
other cards, though.

Tet

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