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Old 30th January 2010, 02:02 PM
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OpenGL programming with my setup

Hello all.

As part of my university course we are doing some OpenGL programming in C/C++. The university setup uses Fedora 7.

In order to continue work at home, I decided to install Fedora 12 (in a dual boot configuration with Win7) - but I have since found out that my graphics card is not supported.

Here is my hardware:
CPU: Intel i7-920
Motherboard: Gigabyte GA-EX58-DS4
RAM: 6GB
GPU: Radeon HD4870 1GB


Is my hardware supported by Fedora 11 or any other version? What would you recommend for my setup?

Thanks in advance.
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