On Sun, Nov 12, Serge Paulus wrote:
Well, as it seems, the Suse 7 is no longer a developer
release, it has now
turned beta ;-)
Yes. Its getting better every week.
After installation on an iMac Rev. B, there are some
Does anyone have an idea which framebuffer settings work for the iMac?
Apparently, it only works in 1024*768-75 with 256 colors, every other
setting makes the screen go black. Under MacOS, the following resolutions
are supported: 640*480-117, 800*600-95 and 1024*768-75, color range from 256
to 16,7m for every resolution. So why does true color in 1024*768 not
It does work, the modelines for the iMacs are wrong. Only 1024x768 works
fine. I guess there is a bug somewhere in the driver. Try xvidtune and
try to adjust the screen position. The brightness is changed and not the
Use xsfbswitch from the suse menu, that should work. You can adjust the
Defaultcolordepth in /etc/XF86Config if that doesnt work.
Sax2 reports me to find to mouse devices. This is
fine, the second is a
Wacom Graphire though, which does not give any meaningful input with the
mouse driver. Sax reports the devices on /dev/pointer0 and /dev/pointer1..
How do I find out which one is the mouse and which the tablet????
/dev/pointer? is a symlink to the input device. It could be
/dev/input/mice for a generic input device. Or you can use
/dev/input/mouse*. I never used the mouse* links.
$ man clone
Main feature not yet implemented...