Re: TGA card and X woes
> You can see from this that your card is a TGA2, not a ZLXp-E3, which would
> show up as TGA. Contrary to popular opinion, TGA2 cards are not compatible
> with TGA cards and are not supported by Linux (or *BSD).
> If enough demand develops I may look into writing drivers for these cards
> but they are apparently very Evil, using a Cirrus Logic chip to implement
> VGA text mode and a gate array to implement TGA-ish 2D.
Well, I guess I'll have to swap back to my old ZLXp-E1 card *sigh*.
Thanks for your help,