Here is a video that shows OpenGL acceleration on 8 monitors. The system runs Ubuntu 8.04, and four ATI FireGL V5600 graphics cards with Catalyst 8.9. Each FireGL V5600 has 2 DVI ports.
The just-released NVIDIA 177.67 display driver doesn’t introduce OpenGL 3.0resolve a number of bugs, provide improvements to the Render extension, add official support to the GeForce GTX 260/280 graphics cards, and a number of other improvements.
Read more here: NVIDIA 177.67 Display Driver @ Phoronix
The Phoronix Test Suite is the most comprehensive testing and benchmarking platform available for Linux. Phoronix Test Suite is always looking for new and more demanding OpenGL benchmarks and 2 new benchmarks have been added to the Test Suite: Lightsmark (OpenGL lighting benchmark – built around the Lightsprint SDK) and Unigine (real-time engine that focuses upon photorealistic 3D capabilities for both gaming and virtual reality systems).
Read the complete news here: OpenGL Benchmarking On Linux.
This news allows me to start a new category at Geeks3D: Linux.