Linux not detecting SiS 6250 display card

Linux not detecting SiS 6250 display card

Post by the_eagl » Sun, 31 Dec 1899 09:00:00

I'd like to know if there's a way for Linux to detect the Sis 6250 display
card. I've tried Red Hat and it has stubbornly refuse to detect this card
and won't go into KDE environment.

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1. SIS 6250 SVGA driver

I have problems with X-windows on a machine with a SIS 6250 SVGA
videochip. The videochip is part of the motherboard. Does anyone knows
what driver to use, e.g. XF86_S3 or which?
Hope to get an answer.

John Clausen, Boegevej 17, DK-8800 Viborg, Denmark

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