Re: visualize fx4
This is not good. I just bought a C200 with some unknown
fx board in it with the express purpose of running Debian
Sounds like the framebuffer is trying to init a graphics mode
that is either not supported by the fx card or your monitor.
There is some strangeness with the kenel framebuffer support.
What version of the Linux kernel are you trying to boot?
On Tuesday 16 April 2002 09:10 am, Henning Sørensen wrote:
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Kurc, Marcin A." <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> To: <email@example.com>
> Sent: Monday, April 15, 2002 6:49 PM
> Subject: visualize fx4
> > Hi,
> > I couldn't find any info on Visualize fx4 on the net.
> > Is it supported yet?
> > Marcin Kurc
> I am having the same problem !
> I am now up and running the Debian Linux - thanx for all comments and help
> getting me this far !!!
> But - not able to have a monitor connected to the gfx card "Visualize
> 4-fx" - ie nothing
> happens on the screen after Linux boot starts.
> So I have tried to install an S3 pci gfx card instead - causing the machine
> to freeze (it seems..).
> Is there a way to put the fx-4 card in function - eg by installing a 3Dfx
> card together with the fx-4 card
> or do anyone now of a card that will comply with HP9000-C200 as well as
> Debian Linux ??
> As a total rookie I would like to get familiar with Linux using X-windows
> Wherefore I also plan to assemble a celeron 433 machine and have Debian
> i386 installed :-)
> Btw : On the pci sockets inside tha HP9000-C200 there are labels stating
> these are 5V pci slots,
> is that the standard pci voltage ?
> I think I have heard somewhere that standard pci is 3.3V ???
> /Henning, Denmark.
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