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Old 06-21-2007, 04:24 AM   #1
Jonty03
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Graphics card required, linux/)SX compatible for G4


Tried looking around without success, so does anyone have any ideas? I have a G4, which I need to put kubuntu on as appl£ make you pay for everything, and AFAIC, linux audio is brilliant. Presently I have a GeForce, which is unsupported as it's a G4 card. I need something good which works for the stuff my wife wants to in OSX, but works in linux.
 
  


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