Re: Laptop Dell Latitude CPx 650 with Debian Potato 2.2
Thanks a lot David for your help,
In the case of my Xircom Network Card Interface I checked at xircom web site
and the information is that is not a winmodem.
They indicated a beta driver for it, not produced by them. I'll try to use
Where did you get XFree86 4.0 by Debian distribution ?
Mario A. Rodrigues
----- Original Message -----
From: "David Greene" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Thursday, November 30, 2000 1:39 PM
Subject: Re: Laptop Dell Latitude CPx 650 with Debian Potato 2.2
> On Thu, 30 Nov 2000, Mario Rodrigues wrote:
> > I'm a new debian user and I have some doubts about how to configure my
> > new Laptop Dell Latitude CPx 650.
> I have a CPx 750 (just a wee bit faster is all), so I can certainly give
> you a hand.
> > I installed X11 and I'm using window maker, the video driver I select
> > was MACH64, it works good but in the right most of screen I have a
> > little flickering column, what should I do to eliminate that problem ?
> XFree86 4.0 fixes this. In any case, the flickering won't hurt. Win2k
> does this to my screen as well.
> > How Can I install the audio drivers ?
> The Maestro is not supported yet, though there is a VERY, VERY alpha
> driver is available, but I don't have the website handy and google was of
> no help. In any event, it isn't ready for general consumption and might
> crash your machine.
> > And my worst problem how can I install the xircom drivers ?
> I don't have the combo Ether/Modem card, so I can't help you there. Is
> this a WinModem?
> "Some little people have music in them, but Fats, he was all music,
> and you know how big he was." -- James P. Johnson
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