Re: X configuration
Raul Miller writes:
>Doug DeJulio <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> This is true everywhere. There's no Linux distribution I've ever
> heard of that improves on this. It'd be nice if it were configured
> to use the functional but pathetic 16-color plain-VGA X server out
> of the box. Anything more than that *has* to be complicated
> though, because the OS doesn't have access to the BIOS, so it
> always has to diddle the video hardware directly.
>This seems like a reasonable concept -- any way we could work such an
>option into our current offering?
Doug obviously hasn't tried out many distributions... Yggdrasil has
done this for at *least* a year and a half, perhaps more. Red Hat
also gives this option. So do a few of the smaller ones. I haven't
tried TAMU, but I heard that it also had this option. I think that
SoftCraft also does the same thing, although I haven't tried installing
It's certainly possible to do. But I'm not volunteering.