Re: XF86Config-4 on TP 760EL - Fixed !?!
David Woyciesjes wrote:
> Nate Bargmann wrote:
> > * David Woyciesjes <email@example.com> [2003 Feb 05 18:39 -0600]:
> > > Only 256 at 800x600? Looks like (according to this sheet here) you
> > > must've had the 9547-U6H model 760EL, which has a 11.3 DSTN LCD panel.
> > I believe you're right. Your EL has the same video hardware as this
> > 760ED I'm using right now. I have a version 3.3.x XF86Config file up on
> > my Web host for the 9385. Follow the link below in my signature block
> > and then go to my Debian on the TP760ED page and you can grab it there.
> > I can send you the version 4 XF86Config file I am using on this laptop
> > if you want it. It would be a good idea for me to put it up on the Web
> > as well...
> > - Nate >>
> > --
> Thanks. Got the 3.3.x XF86Config file. BTW, the Oasis links end up
> Your 760ED has the 9385 w/2MB VRAM? Mine's only got 1MB, but that
> shouldn't be a problem. I'll try adding the info from your 3.3.x config
> files, and see if that works for mine, in XF86Config-4.
> I'd be great, though if you could send me your XF86Config-4 file too.
> It'll probably be Monday by the time I get to check my e-mail again, so
> this'll be a bit of a test to see how Iam fiddling with X... :)
Well, I tried Nate's XF86Configs, didn't work, fiddled around more,
still a goobered X display. So I just figured I try 'apt-get install
xserver-svga'. I selected the svga server I just grabbed, did the
Advance install, using the refresh numbers from memory, startx, and it
So, It's mow XF86 v.4, with the 3.3.6 SVGA server... For now, at least.
Now to fine tune, then get XDMCP working, so I can log into my
Ultra1/Solaris 9 bow over the network...