norman at littletank.org
Tue Dec 2 10:10:29 UTC 2014
> You can get a Radeon HD 6450 shipped for under $50
> They're fanless, require no power connectors, and play nicely with Linux
> with both the open-source and proprietary drivers - at least as per
> Seems like a good option to test the waters with a low barrier to entry.
> Of course, if I knew what software you were using and what budget you
> have I could make a better suggestion.
I do not need the GDU to run any software in Xubuntu, it is to run a
plug-in called Google-NIK on Photoshop on my Windows 7 installation. Now
if there is a way to be able to use the GDU on Windows without it
interfering with Xububtu 12.04.1 LTS. that would be ideal. Budget is not
a real problem but let's say up to £50.
I have tried to sort the problem out using Google but have ended up
being more confused then ever.
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