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I have 3 monitors and am trying to get the Matrox TripleHead2Go Digital signal splitter with my Linux workstation. When I connect them all I get are blinking green lights on the monitors which I think means no signal. Do I need to download a Linux driver? I've searched online but can't find anything. Maybe the problem is something else. Same happens when trying to connect to my PC. Thanks

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I had a problem installing these on Windows when I didn't use the supplied video cables.

As for the software utility, try contacting Matrox, they claim that there is software support available for some versions of Linux

Contact Matrox

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I have used longer cables with the DVI version with success for a contract job for a video DJ. – RobotHumans Dec 5 '10 at 20:17

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