On Thursday 26 August 2004 13:49, Bryan O'Donoghue wrote:
> > I'd reply, but I wouldnt be able to show my face at next LEWD.
> > Apologies, but I have to kill file you.
Why don't you clever people stop arguing,
and explain how I can get more than 8bpp
on my ATI Rage Mobility P/M graphics system
(Sony C1VFK Picturebook).
I used to have 16bpp before Xorg came out.
I sometimes suspect that Linux has reached its peak
and is starting to decline ...
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