inference15 at eircom.net wrote:
> The vendor and model of the card - which I already have;
> The video chipset used on the card;
> The amount of video memory on the card;
> The type of clock chip on the card;
> And the type of RAMDAC on the card, if any.
All you actually need is XFree86 3.3.6. The card isn't supported by
XFree86 4.x. The specific server is XF86_S3.
There's no clockchip, the RAMDAC is internal, and the video memory size
will be detected automatically.
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