A Mod can delete this thread if this isn’t a type of post you want on this forum , plus i’m not that sure that most Ubuntu users would care about a low end card that doesn’t require signed firmware for initializing the hardware.
Not something i’ve ever seen anyone complain about.
I found this fascinating timing. The new Raspberry Pi compute module and IO board has a PCI express slot that this card could fit into. I could imagine someone using the Pi + IO board + this video card to drive 4 displays in an industrial setting. Perhaps one Pi running four smart displays. Neat.
The Raspberry has come a long way since i last looked as i see they do a 8gb version now.