My apologies to Mr Mileski (see below), as he pointed out to me that while
I tagged him for an unveiled attempt at commercial, I was guilty of the same
by referencing the $60.00 tgvga9440 card. Which was more blatant then just
saying/referencing X-inside. He explained quite thoroughly that he was not
trying to endorse any thing other than the true value of X-inside and
the Matrox, and that the http/www's were provided to help the request
for information. Again, my apologies to Mr Mileski and anyone else who may
have taken exception to my below statements.
"Occasionally shoots self in foot"
Famous quote by daughter Elizabeth, "If I was them cows, I'd run away!"
/> Was that an unveiled attempt at commercial endor*t for a X server
/>costs $$, which was not what Mark was asking. Well, I use a tvga9440agi
/>($60.00) which works fine with "Linux X-windows" ($0.00), which is more
/>in the direction of what you wanted to know, though it maxes out at 2mb,
/>is not as fast as what you're looking for. I do not reference a http www
/>as I'm not advertising anything. I'm here just to help in any way I can,
/>sorry I didn't have a more in-depth answer for your question. I'm sure
/you'll get more responses soon.
/>I have a Matrox Millennium 4Mb. It is great.
/>/>You need a commercial X server though (X-Inside is the fastest
/>/>: I am currently planning to upgrade my video card and am looking for
/>/>: suggestions on what to buy. I would like a 4MB VRAM card that has good
/>/>: support for Linux X-windows, Win NT (4.0), and Win 95. I am currently
/>/>: leaning towards the #9 Motion 771 but I want something that will work
/>/>: with dedicated MPEG hardware as well -- any suggestions??
/>>/: Mark Ferrara
/>/>-- Andrew E. Mileski --
/>Famous quote by daughter Elizabeth, "If I was them cows, I'd run away!"