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2010 Linux Graphics Survey Results

Michael Larabel

Published on 13 October 2010
Written by Michael Larabel
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Multiple display heads is important to more of our survey respondents than GPU power saving modes, output hot-plugging, or TV-Out support.

For configuring the GPU / displays, most users rely upon a graphical utility, such as what is available in GNOME or KDE or with the proprietary drivers there is the Catalyst Control Center and the NVIDIA-Settings panel. Many users though still need to result to manually editing the xorg.conf file.

Using just a single display continues to be the most prominent setup.

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