IBM RS/6000 43P 140 SuSe v7.3 PCI Graphic Card

IBM RS/6000 43P 140 SuSe v7.3 PCI Graphic Card

Post by Darth Mau » Tue, 22 Jan 2002 19:25:25




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> Hi,
> I have just installed IBM RS/6000 43P 140 SuSe v7.3 and it works fine.=20
> The original grapic card GXT550 is not supported.
> Is there anyone who know a good graphic PCI card  for IBM RS/6000 43P 14=
> 0=20
> SuSe v7.3.
>  Regards Hans-Erik

The only graphics cards that are supported  by the 43P-140 are the GXT-120
and GXT-130

Try these two links:

http://oss.software.ibm.com/developer/opensource/linux/projects/ppc/4...

http://www.solinno.co.uk/7043-140/

 
 
 

IBM RS/6000 43P 140 SuSe v7.3 PCI Graphic Card

Post by Will » Thu, 07 Mar 2002 01:34:34


Hi,

try an Matrox Millenium Card. You won't have any prompts til boot. But
Linux can use the board via Framebuffer-driver.

Willi

Darth Maul schrieb:


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> > Hi,
> > I have just installed IBM RS/6000 43P 140 SuSe v7.3 and it works fine.=20
> > The original grapic card GXT550 is not supported.
> > Is there anyone who know a good graphic PCI card  for IBM RS/6000 43P 14=
> > 0=20
> > SuSe v7.3.
> >  Regards Hans-Erik

> The only graphics cards that are supported  by the 43P-140 are the GXT-120
> and GXT-130

> Try these two links:

> http://oss.software.ibm.com/developer/opensource/linux/projects/ppc/4...

> http://www.solinno.co.uk/7043-140/