Anyone successful with Diamond StealthPro and XFree

Anyone successful with Diamond StealthPro and XFree

Post by Ed Bee » Thu, 24 Mar 1994 15:11:03

I know this isn't a good choice for Linux because of
Diamond polices but since I have it, I'd like it to

If anyone has gotten a Diamond StealthPro w 2Meg to run at
high resolution, I'd like to know which program you are
using for clockprog and what your Xconfig file looks like.

Thanks in advance



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:    i just got a new i740 card from cardex to pull me through until
: the tnt, has anyone been succesful at configuring xfree332.  Since
: the SVGA server does not directly support it I've only been able to
: get X to run in VGA mode.

Nope. It'll only go up to 640x480 in 16 colours. The reason: Intel
will only release the docs under a non-disclosure agreement, which
precludes a source code release (and hence support under XFree.
Somebody _might_ write a binary-only driver using XFree as a base,
though, but don't hold your breath.)

Contact Metro-X or Xi for a server; they're both working on support.

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