Re: Help setting up a Compaq Evo n800v
On Mon, Nov 11, 2002 at 07:39:38AM +0100, Raul Aranda Blasco wrote:
> On Mon, 2002-11-11 at 07:11, Raul Aranda Blasco wrote:
> > I'm running a 2.4.20-rc1 kernel, and included below are the X
> > configuration, the kernel configuration and the output of `lspci -v`. If
> > you need more info, please ask for it.
> upsss :-)
I see that you have them as modules. But I don't see a USB
bridge offered in your lspci output! Are you sure you have it
turned on at the BIOS level?
BTW since youre bridge type is not going to change, once you
can determine which bridge it is, you can build that in
directly and it behaves much better. Or at least that's
been my experience, on desktops as well as laptops. I also
build-in the event input interface, keyboard support, and
basic USB mouse support; all else that I want are modules.
You have mostly Intel parts, so this is probably the "yenta"
BTW, you have fairly few modules compiled - having the bridge
support isn't enough, you also need the modules for gadgets
you are going to use.
If Linus' code (which you have turned on) doesn't work, turn
it *off* ... as if you were building for a mere desktop
system... then use the pcmcia-source package to fetch David
Hinds' codebase and try that.
X is odd during startup -
I notice your Monitor section doesn't list any refresh rates
> Section "Device"
> Identifier "ATI Radeon 7500"
> Driver "ati"
> BusID "PCI:1:0:0"
> Section "Monitor"
> Identifier "TFT SXGA 15"
> Option "DPMS"
And I do wonder if your DRI module is actually loaded first. Perhaps
even if it autoloads it's being too slow and by the time you come back
it's settled in? (Though I can't say for sure.)
Could you provide lsmod output?
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