Lets Drop Old Monitors
bmarsh at bmarsh.com
Mon Jul 16 00:21:12 UTC 2018
The problem is with the newer video monitors and laptops. A year ago, I bought a Lenovo laptop with a UHD monitor. ( 3840x2160 or thereabouts). Darn near impossible to install Linux and even after a LOT of tweaking, the fonts and viewing isn’t ideal.
I keep a magnifying glass handy whenever I am using it.
From: Doug <dmcgarrett at optonline.net>
Subject: Re: Lets Drop Old Monitors
Date: 7/15/18 7:57 PM
To: Kubuntu user technical support <kubuntu-users at lists.ubuntu.com>
On 07/15/2018 06:27 PM, Billie Walsh wrote:
I'm coming late to this thread. Is anyone suggesting that a normal video
card will not work with a modern Linux, to connect to a
"normal"—1920x1080—video display? Or that such a display
will not work with a modern Linux? I have an NVIDIO card from at least
5 years ago, and I update my PCLinuxOS every Sunday, and I have no
trouble with video either on a 24" Viewsonic or
a 27" AOC monitor. And I have no intention of ever throwing them out in
favor of something I never even heard of. What is this all about?
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