I have just installed Linux and can run X with the Mono server.
My board (it's a notebook computer) has an uncommon chipset.
The manual (computer's) and various Dos programs verify that it is VESA
It also has compatability with Cirrus Logic of course.
This is all I know about the video board:
chip: Cirrus Logic CL-GD62x5 (or CL-GD6225)
video ram: 512k
horz vert depth mode number( hex ) VESA mode ( hex)
640 480 8 5f 101
800 600 8 5c 103
800 600 4 58 or 6a 102
1024 768 4 5d 104 (non int.)
I would like to use the second and fourth modes with Linux.
Is this possible?
I have just started learning Linux and do not know much about it.
I hope someone could help me. ( Should I contact Cirrus Logic?)