> I'm playing around with the Slackware '96 Linux (downloaded, not from CD),
> and I'm having trouble getting XF86 to use my card in SVGA. Of course I
> don't have any problems using the VGA16 server. I've read the README and I
> have a few more settings to try, but one error that see often is
> (paraphrased - please forgive me, I'm at work) _X11ServerUNIX????:?????:
> errno = 111 (the ?? is where I can't remember what it says - I can get it
> if necessary). My monitor is a no-name brand non-interlace SVGA, and my
> video card has 1M of RAM. Any help is appreciated.
> BTW, I'm also downloading Red Hat 4.1 to play with next week - it sounds
> more like what I'm looking for.
> Thanks for your help.
If you're using XFree86 3.1.2 or earlier, upgrade to 3.2. You'll find
that the setup is much easier. I have CL5446 card, and XFree86 3.1.2
didn't detect my video ram correctly. It is possible to configure it
correctly, but XFree86 3.2 is worth the download anyway. Also, read the
The error message you're getting sounds like you might not have the
symbolic links to your X-server set up correctly, but maybe someone else
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