Template:VIDEO CARDS/testcases

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This is the template test case page for Template:VIDEO CARDS and its sandbox version. You may have to purge this page to update the examples.
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Wiki code {{VIDEO_CARDS}}

Main version
{{VIDEO_CARDS template error}}
Parameter unnamed not defined. For correct usage see VIDEO_CARDS template's documentation on the unnamed parameter.

After setting or altering VIDEO_CARDS values remember to update the system using the following command so the changes take effect:

root #emerge --ask --changed-use --deep @world


Sandbox version
{{VIDEO_CARDS template error}}
Parameter unnamed not defined. For correct usage see VIDEO_CARDS template's documentation on the unnamed parameter.

After setting or altering VIDEO_CARDS values remember to update the system using the following command so the changes take effect:

root #emerge --ask --changed-use --deep @world



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Wiki code {{VIDEO_CARDS|intel}}

Main version Portage uses the USE_EXPAND variable called VIDEO_CARDS to enable support for various graphics cards in packages. Setting VIDEO_CARDS to appropriate value(s) will pull in the correct driver(s):
FILE /etc/portage/make.confSet VIDEO_CARDS to intel
VIDEO_CARDS="intel"

Substitute the name of the driver(s) to be used. Common choices include nouveau, nvidia, radeon, and intel. After setting or altering VIDEO_CARDS values remember to update the system using the following command so the changes take effect:

root #emerge --ask --changed-use --deep @world


Sandbox version Portage uses the VIDEO_CARDS USE_EXPAND variable for enabling support for various graphics cards in packages. Setting VIDEO_CARDS to appropriate value(s) will pull in the correct driver(s):
FILE /etc/portage/make.confSet VIDEO_CARDS to intel
VIDEO_CARDS="intel"

Substitute the name of the driver(s) to be used. Common choices include nouveau, nvidia, radeon, and intel. After setting or altering VIDEO_CARDS values remember to update the system using the following command so the changes take effect:

root #emerge --ask --changed-use --deep @world