On Sat, Sep 16, 2000 at 06:12:29AM +0100, Philip Reynolds mentioned:
>nelio at ifx.com.br's [nelio at ifx.com.br] 21 lines of dribble included:
> :>Hi there.
> :>I've just installed RedHat 6.2 on a Del gx110, and I'm having
> :>problems to run X windows. The Message that shows up is:
> :>(--) SVGA: PCI: Intel Unknown chipset (0x7125) rev 3, Memory @
> :>0xf4000000, 0xff000000
> :>(--) SVGA: unable to open /dev/agpgart: No such device
> :>What should I do to be able to rn Xwindows?? I'm using kernel 2.2.14
>> Probably have to recompile, you're going to have to mknod /dev/agppart
>> mknod /dev/agppart c 10 175
> as root should do it.
> 2.3 has this kind of support compiled in, might be worth an upgrade, if I know
> Redhat you can get generic 2.3 kernel RPMS which might be worth a shot.
The 2.2.16 kernels also have the AGPgart module. Intel released a 2.2.14
agpgart module too. I'm sure you could get it from their website somewhere,
in RPM form (to be handy!).
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