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motherboard with built-in sound and VGA

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hi experts,

anybody out there running redhat linux ver5.1 using the above saying type of motherboard ie. the motherboard comes with built-in VGA and sound capabilities. Can I jux run redhat linux by utilized the built-in sound and VGA features for KDE and sound playing OR do I need to disable those built-in features and put in a sound card and VGA card manually ???

looking forward to the solutions, and many thz in advace for the answer.

me,
ckl
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It depends on what motherboard you have and what cards does the motherboard come with...
For more info take a look at www.redhat.com and look at the hardware compatibillity listing...

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It depends on what motherboard you have and what cards does the motherboard come with...
For more info take a look at www.redhat.com and look at the hardware compatibillity listing...

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Sorry that was not an answer it was a comment :)

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