Don't know anything about newer PBs; on my 3400, I have switched to
Xpmac which doesn't need an XF86Config but is configured by command
line arguments. You would have to get it (probably from LinuxPPC,
sorry I've lost the URL -- anyone?), then alien the rpm.
I've changed the relevant section of /etc/X11/gdm/gdm.conf:
0=/usr/bin/X11/X vt7 -depth 16 -middlekey 109 -rightkey 117 \
-nooptionmouse -once dpms r -f 0 +kb
which is of course just an example. You can add graphic chip specific
-fix4mb process 4MB boundary for Matrox MGA2x64
-tt128 enforce TwinTurbo128 acceleration without video driver
-ct6555 enforce C&T 6555x acceleration without video driver
-mach64 enforce Mach64 acceleration without video driver
Tom <email@example.com> writes:
> Anyone have potato running on a G3Powerbook (Lombard"gold")?
> I'm not sure if the XF86Config file is my problem or I'm passing incorrect
> kernel arguments to BOOTX.
> My BOOTX arguments
> video=atyfb:vmode:14,cmode:32mclk:90 hda=autotune
> And the response to startx
> (**) FBDev: Using default frame buffer video mode
> (--) FBDev: Frame buffer device: )Ffb ATY,264LTP
> (--) FBDev: Video memory: 3072K @ 0x81801000
> (--) FBDev: MMIO regs: 0K 2 (nil)
> (--) FBDev: Type 0 type_auyx 0 bits_per_pixel 32
> (--) FBDev: Hardware accelerator: None
> (--) FBDev: No driver support for hardware acceleraton
> bpp=32, depth = 32, BitsPerRBG =8
> (--) FBDev: Using cfb32 driver
> waiting for X server to shut down Caught signal 11.
> Server aborting ...
> thanks for any help
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