[ltp] Re:Video for TP760XL
Thu, 13 Jun 2002 17:36:51 -0500
Yes, I did use the GUI install with no problems
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From: "Micah DS" <email@example.com>
Sent: Thursday, June 13, 2002 3:38 PM
Subject: [ltp] Re:
> Distro: Slackware 8.0
> XFree86: 4.2.0
> Also: I have installed Slakcware's A* and N* Packages and then Downloaded
> XFree86, then copied from the slackware CD KDE, then ran the installer
> to add KDE (After I setup XFree86 of course =)
> To Chuck -> You say you have RH7.2, Did you install via GUI? When I tried,
> mine crashed during the initializing of the GUI...
> To Jim -> you say to use TGUI 9660 - Where do I put that at in XF86Config?
> Under Device as Chipset, Driver, or whatnot?
> >What Distro of Linux and X are you using. I loaded RedHat 7.2 and it
> > >loaded
> >with out any problems, I have 800x600 on my machine. I'm not in Linux
> >but seem to remember that I needed to pick 9514 LCD screen for it to
> > >work.
> >Which version of XFree are you using?
> >If you're trying 3.x, then stick to the Cyber 9385; linux-laptop.net >has
> >two sites listed, one of which has an excellent XF86Config file. I >used
> >that file on my own 760XL (running a freakish potato/woody hybrid), and
> >it works like a dream at 800x600 resolution with 16-bit color. (One of
> >these days I'll get around to completing the upgrade to woody. >probably
> >when woody becomes officially stable.)
> >If you're trying 4.x, the chip is identified as a TGUI 9660. Your
> >resolution is still limited to 800x600x65536 by the hardware, though. >I
> >think I have a config file for that around somewhere, but I'll have to
> >check that out after work tonight.
> >If you aren't sure which version of XFree you're using, your distro's
> >documentation should have it. And if it doesn't, someone on here might
> >be able to identify the version based on the distro, but only if you
> >tell us which distro. ;)
> >Jim Redmond
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