> > > I have
> > > Pentinum II 266,
> > > ABit LX-6 Motherboard,
> > > Diamond Viper 330 4MB,
> > > iiyama VisionMaster Pro 17" screen,
> > > Microsoft PS2 intelli mouse.
> Nice system :)
> > > I was trying to install Metro-X server which came with infomagic Linux 6
> > > CD sets in Fall 1997. (Redhat 2.0.30)
> > That's your first mistake - I don't think Metro-X supports the nVidia
> > Riva 128 chipset yet, so install XFree insead.
> > You'll need to install XFree 3.3.2, so head over to www.xfree86.org, or
> > your favourite mirror.
> > I use xf86config for setup.
> Metro-X doesn't support Riva128, but neither does XFree 3.3.2.
> Get the XSuSE X Server for Riva128 - leech it from
> Runs very fast and stable. I'm using it right now.
I don,t like to say "ha ha, I'm right, you're wrong", but that page has
changed in the last couple of days:
"Except for the server for 3DLabs based cards (XSuSE_Elsa_GLoria), all
of our servers have been integrated into the SVGA or Mach64 Server
of XFree86-3.3.2. You can download the SVGA Server as RPM archive or as
TGZ archive and configure it with a modified xf86config. Please
do the same with the Mach64 Server, which is also available as RPM
archive or TGZ archive. Please follow the hints for the Installation of
XSuSE-X-Server to configure the server."
also, at www.xfree86.org, we find
"Highlights of the new release include
Acceleration additions and enhancements including Number Nine
Revolution 3D and I128, W32, W32i, AT3D, AT25, NV1, Riva128,
and TGUI chipsets.
So it looks as if 3.3.2 does support the Riva128.