I Tested the new 312e release on my old slackware 2.3 a.out system. It was
last running 312d, before I started migrating over to redhat/elf 3.0.3.
In the release notes, it says something to the effect of:
3.5. S3 server
o S3 dashed lines are finally fixed.
While I CAN say that they're _almost_ fixed, they're not entirely gone. So
far, though, 312e is a big improvement on my card (ds64 video 4m vram; ibm
ramdac/220) over 312d. And, 312d was better than 312. (On 311, it was
At work, I'll try this code on a #9 771 4m vram and see if it's any better
than the diamond version of the s3-968.
(BTW, I haven't tried the 312e/elf version on my new redhat 3.0.3 system, yet.
I'd assume its probably the same as the aout, in terms of dashed-line bugs.)
To the s3-968 developer(s): thanks for the incremental improvement -- you're
getting closer ;-)
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