Yay! Ok so far so good, now lets activate the flash desktop options. Hmm, cannot shut down. OK, not too happy, reboot the PC. Okay, now Gnome is stuffed (again, had similar problem after playing with screen resolutions)
I am thinking my battle with Suse 10.3 Gnome is turning into an impossible battle. Although I have a MUCH better idea what to do if I start from scratch (which is what will most likely happen).
Maybe I should just go buy an iBook *lol* for something different.
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Comment by scott klarr, on 21-Dec-2007 11:03
My ATI video card doesn't get along well with my linux either. I had to unfortunately give up my dual monitors temporarily since they run at different resolutions because i just could not get my linux to work right with the separate resolutions. My next move is to first upgrade my secondary monitor to match my primary, and then change over to nvidia (which i have always liked better than ATI anyways) as i have heard nvidia has much better linux drivers.
Comment by scott klarr, on 21-Dec-2007 15:14
If your referring to 3d graphics as far as the 3d desktop cube (compiz fusion), I'm almost 100% positive that it supports dual monitors as i saw some settings in its control panel to modify the behavior for multiple monitors. IF your talking about 3d gaming, I don't know about linux, but when i used windows with dual monitors, i had no problems running 3d games; it only uses the primary monitor, though. However i have heard of some games like flight simulators that actually utilize multiple monitors with 3d graphics.
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