Was it nils Olofsson who wrote on Friday 19 April 2002 11:31:
> I have bought a laptop from dnuk.co.uk ,anyway here's my problem i have
> wiped the laptop (i did not like the way the system was setup) my
> question is that the chipset is SIS. what do i need to compile into the
> kernel (2.4.18) Also what timing do i use for the display at the moment
> it if i startx it splits the screen so the bottom of the screen is on
> the top and the top is on the bottom.
> If you can point me in the right direction I.E. Howto's XF86config-4
> samples etc.
> Or just a step by step howto's
> anyhelp welcome
WHICH SiS chipset? Some are Very Good, some, like mine, are Absolute *
(expletive omitted). I have an XFconfig here for the SiS 6326.
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