Uh, ignore that, for some reason it didn't register with me that the
"Driver" directive would be used for specifying a driver. Not really
thinking today, or so it seems.
On Boomtime, the 26th day of Confusion, Kevin O' Riordan begged:
>> On Boomtime, the 26th day of Confusion, Niall O Broin piped:
> > > (**) ATI(1): Depth 16, (--) framebuffer bpp 16
> > > (II) ATI(1): VESA BIOS detected
> > Clutching at straws here, but the mention of VESA & framebuffer makes me
> > think that perhaps you're using a VESA framebuffer driver here and that the
>> You don't happen to know of a handy online reference that would detail
> how to use a specific driver ? I'm googling at the mo' ...
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