It looks like the device is being picked-up correctly. I use that card
in several other Sun systems. I didn't see a 220R specifically under
the system requirements for the card. This is a really dumb question,
but did you check for the compatibility? It's probably fine, but double
X seems to be trying to compensate for some defficiency.
Use "pgxconfig" and set various things like "-res" and "-depth" with the
"-try"option ("try" will let you set or refuse the settings). There
are more options, see the man page before running this.
24-bit color should be OK at that resolution, but it may run slow. Try
lowering your resolution to 1024x768x<refresh-rate> (check your monitor
to see what refresh rates it can handle at the various resolutions) and
see if things improve.
Apart from that try docs.sun.com:
Subject Categories -> Hardware -> Graphics Cards -> Sun PGX32 PCI
Graphics Card Installation Guide
See the notes section first and then the install guide.
The card might not be compatible. You may just need a patch or you may
need to tweak/adjust the settings (or both).
Hope it helps--
> Hi there,
> I installed a PGX32 graphics card in 220R, the problem
> is that the X is incredibly slow (Xsun uses a lot of CPU -
> got that from running the 'top' utility).
> With bootup, I get the following:
> Is this normal, and if so, what could be the problem ?
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