Re: AMD K6 2 - 350. New install. Some doubts...
thanks for your time...
" Raymond A. Ingles" wrote:
> On Fri, 4 Jun 1999, Paulo Henrique Baptista de Oliveira wrote:
> > Hi all.
> > I bought an AMD K6 250 and it seems to come with a lot of hardware
> > within it:
> > a sound board, modem, video, ...
> > but the software is for Windows and with few documentation...
> > I have some doubts:
> > 1) My old modem worked only with isapnp and then setserial.
> > How to automate on boot setserial settings given by isapnp?
> Editing the boot scripts. It depends on exactly what you want to do.
Yes. Already got it.
> > 2) The sound board seems to be PCI Sound PRO? Is there support in
> > Linux for this?
I'm using or trying to use the PCI Sound PRO...
> Are you using your old Soundblaster or the onboard sound? It's not clear
> from your message. I think you'll need to find out some more details about
> the sound chipset before we can determine if Linux supports it.
> > 3) The video board is a Sis.
> > The following is my pci:
> > [05:23:14]paulo@phantasy:~$cat /proc/pci
> > Bus 0, device 2, function 0:
> > PCI bridge: Silicon Integrated Systems 5591/5592 AGP (rev 0).
> > Fast devsel. Master Capable. No bursts. Min Gnt=4.
> According to XFree86, the SiS 5997 chipset is supported. I have no idea
> if this is close enough to that to work. Take a look at www.xfree86.org.
I dont know if this card is AGP or PCI. I remember setting AGP in Bios
and the monitor dont begin to work in boot. I have to reset the card with a
jumper. I tried to atach the monitor conector and the video dont worked in
I dont know what to do... :(
> > Bus 0, device 9, function 0:
> > VGA compatible controller: Trident TG 9660 / Cyber9385 (rev 211).
> I assume that you're currently using a Trident video card?
Yup. 2 Mb in a 17'' monitor. Cant wait to use the video card on board...
Thanks, Paulo Henrique
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