Robert Heller wrote: > At Mon, 4 Apr 2011 11:39:30 -0400 CentOS mailing list <centos at centos.org> wrote: >> Robert Heller wrote: >> > At Mon, 04 Apr 2011 09:39:04 -0400 CentOS mailing list >> <centos at centos.org> >> > wrote: >> <snip> >> > And yes, the 64-bit flash 'preview' plugin and yes, it plays flash videos just fine there. [*I* have no use for nVidia's drive -- I don't do 3D modeling or video games, etc.] >> >> Unfortunately, you *do* need nVidia's proprietary driver if you've got dual monitors, like a lot of places I've worked in the last few years. > > I have just the one 17" VGA monitor. Don't have room for either a larger monitor or a second one. And I am not sure what I would do with a second monitor if I had one. Lessee, last place I worked, not sure about the one before that, and where I work now, almost everyone has dual monitors. It's the "in thing". (We won't talk about my co-worker, who seems to remember fondly when he was in the NOC, with three? four? monitors....) mark "only has two eyeballs"