RE: XF86Config-4 - Was: RE: Newbie apt-get question
Got it, thanks.
One thing that I just noticed in the log is that it is seeing my ATI Rage
128 and finding (vidmem: 16384) and I notice that most of you that have sent
me parts of your config files have the driver set to r128, etc. My driver
is fbdev, should I be using r128?
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Subject: Re: XF86Config-4 - Was: RE: Newbie apt-get question
>>>>> "deFreese," == deFreese, Barry <Barry.deFreese@nike.com> writes:
deFreese,> Thanks for the replies all. I changed the vertical
deFreese,> refresh range and now at least my "800x600" is now in
deFreese,> the right place on the screen but I still get a test
deFreese,> failed in the log for "1024x768". Where can I put in
deFreese,> the config file, the amount of video memory??
Identifier "ATI Rage Mobility M3"
VideoRam 8192 <-- here.
Option "UseFBDev" "true"
deFreese,> One more question if you don't mind. The entry
deFreese,> FontPath "unix/:7100" in the config file. What does
deFreese,> that mean??
That's the unix port for the local x font server. If you have one,
it'll be used, otherwise, it will fall back to the FontPaths after it.