I have had it working well under RH5.2, so presumably (?) it can be
made to work under 6.0
It was not easy for me though and I had some help. My card was an 8
meg Jaton i740 AGP card. As will be known by most AGP cards have had
their troubles in linux, and the last time I checked XFree86 did not
support it as standard.
Procisioninsight.com released binary XServers for it - I actually
downloaded the two files needed, and I brought my box to Kevein Lyda's
installfest last February (I think) and then got some help from the
guys there, so I personally am of limited use, I'm afraid. They didn't
seem to have any real trouble though
I think there is a different download based on whether you use glibc
Actually, I just saw a press release on RedHat.com that these are now
open source (I'm out of date)
do a search on RedHat.com for i740, you'l find loads of stuff
----- Original Message -----
From: Peter Finch <pfinch at compsoc.com>
To: Ilug linux mail list <ilug at linux.ie>
Sent: Monday, November 08, 1999 9:02 AM
Subject: [ILUG] Intel 740
> Has anyone got this card working in RedHat 6.0?
>> it is an AGP intel 740 with 8 megs ram.
>>> Peter Finch
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