Nvidea has released driver for the TNT and TNT2. The drivers are for
X and Mesa(openGL). I'd definitely use those drivers.
Also, when you're in X and you press [Ctrl]+[Alt] and the + or - keys
If the resolution changes then you have to edit the file
/etc/X11/XF86Config. All you'll be doing is rearanging the order of
the resolution statements for your video card.
If the [Ctrl]+[Alt] and + or - works for you then get back to me and I
can tell you how to edit the file.
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On 7/5/99, 11:14:33 AM, "Axel Franceries"
about 320x200, can't change, can't navigate eaily:
> I have a Viper V770 (which is detected as u mention), and i have
> same problem : X keeps jumping at 320x200, which is unusable.
> I thought it might come from the monitor (I use a 1024x768 flat LCD
> but i'll take your RAMDAC intuition.
> Let me know if you find a solution, and send me you email address if
> want to know more.
> > I have a Leadtek S320II on an Abit BX6r2 motherboard, several OS'
> > multi-boot. My RH6 install was 'everything'. RH6 detects the card as a
> > V770, which seems close enough. It does not detect the RAMDAC, though,
> > choose the generic recommended. I think that may be the cause of the
> > following problem
> > I have tried every possible resolution and color depth configuration
> > Xconfigurator, but the Gnome desktop with the enlightenment window
> > always comes up in a ridiculously low resolution, I'm guessing
> > you can imagine, almost nothing can be done to explore settings at
> > size, I can't even find the exit command on the menu. Its all I can do
> > kill x without a hardware reset.
> > Is there anything I can do to fix this, or do I need the latest TNT
> > rpm to even get X started. Thanks for any advice.