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How do you configure a Vega card in Linux?


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2015-07-15 20:00:56
2015-07-15 20:00:56

If you are using Red Hat 8 or more then install your Vega card and then boot into linux. Red Hat should automatically be able to configure it. If not then find out whether that Vega card is supported in the Linux that you are using. Also find out the driver of your Vega card for Linux .... from the manufacturer's web site.

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