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Re: [SLE] SiS 6326 and IBM 8515 monitor
- From: samelash@xxxxxxxxxxxxx (Samy Elashmawy)
- Date: Fri, 17 Mar 2000 11:00:47 +0000
- Message-id: <126.96.36.199.20000317110047.010832a0@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
too teeid up to plauy withgnumake. I'll wait till xfree4.0 come alomng a
bit. Then I will take the card off the shelf anfd dust it off and chuck it
in one of the other low end machine that handle the small stuff and see if
it will work. Other that thet , its been a lost coause for me. My best move
was replacing it with a diamond v550 card. worked right out the box. ran
xf86config and bingo. no playing around.
At 10:28 AM 3/16/2000 -0600, Jon Pennington wrote:
>Damian Slavek <damianks@xxxxxxxxxx> said:
>> Well, with a little more digging and a lot more playing around I was
>> able to get it working in 640x400 without a hitch. I prefer 1024x768 but I
>> still cannot get that to sync correctly.
>> I have been using xf86config and editing /etc/XF86Config to get it just
>> right. Previously, with the same version of SuSE and the same monitor but
>> different video card I could pick the "8514 compatible" selection when you
>> are prompted for your hsync but that does not work any more. Anyone have
>> any suggestions on what to look for or something that I could try?
>Hey, look, everybody! Jon's gonna' post a followup about a SiS chipset! :)
>Have you checked the SDB (http://sdb.suse.de/sdb/en/html/index.html)? There
>are a few posts about your chipset (which, I might add, was my chipset many
>moons ago). Just doing a search for `SiS 6326' yielded four sdb articles,
>of which are useful, two of which basically say `keep your pants on, we're
>working on it'. Give that a shot...
>I will also say that XFree86 3 did a rather poor job of supporting these
>chipsets; some worked flawlessly, others were heavily flawed. Mine was
>heavily flawed. If you're not afraid of GNU make, you might want to look at
>the XFree86 4.0 project, and see what's going on there :).
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