Mach64 Prob's

Mach64 Prob's

Post by Passport Internet Acces » Tue, 25 Feb 1997 04:00:00



Thanks for the previous replys.
I got X working with the standard VGA 16 color
but still can't get the ATIMach64 server running.
When I do a startx it runs through some stuff then
the screen goes black and it hangs completely. I have
a 'Micro-Electronics SVGA 15" F562DU' flatscreen monitor. After
some digging on the web I found that it has a 65 Khz
horizonal rate and a 90 hz. vertical rate. I entered these
numbers in the xf86config file and set it up for the
ATIMach64 server but got the same results. Does anyone
have a xf86config file for the ATIMach64 server that they
can post or email me?

TIA

 
 
 

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Well, I have two problems, totally unrelated, that I desperately need
help for (and a third, now that I think of it).

First and most important: Sendmail
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Running Slackware 2.0.1 and using the sendmail that came with it to do
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Sendmail will pick up if one telnet's to the smtp socket on the
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Second and also important: X from XDM
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When I run X using startx from a console session, everything works
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fine, but there are a couple of things I'm having trouble with.
First, 'pppd' seems to be broken.  I went to all this trouble to get
ppp-on and ppp-off scripts working, and now they won't do much of
anything.  *grumble*

Furthermore, when I'm dip/slip'ed in, and try ytalk, it breaks after
only a few characters.  I 'suspect' that these two are related.  I
haven't found any other problems, but then, I've only had that kernel
for 18 hours, and I wasted six of them sleeping.

Any help gratefully (and I hope graciously) accepted.
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