Re: iMac DV/iBook Firewire install follow-up
Quoting Michel Dänzer <email@example.com>:
> Hadess wrote:
> > > > So it might be 15/16/24/32 bpp (and according to xdpyinfo it is),
> > > > the colors are all messed up. I can help giving any address range
> > > > whatever might help you.
> > > > The FB penguin looks quite weird as well (looks as if Andy Warhol
> > > > crazy on it)
> > >
> > > Sounds like a colormap problem. What chip do aty128fb and X4
> > X4 says: ATI Rage 128 Mobility LF rev 2 (and the mem addresses after,
> > that helps...)
> > aty128fb (after I added this line in offb.c): Rage Mobility M3 (AGP)
> > rev 0x0
> I have the same, so I don't understand why it doesn't work for you (I
> checked again that it *really* works for me :). Maybe because you
> the chip in offb? Does the iBook really have the same chip as the Pismo?
I had to hardcode it in offb, otherwise it doesn't try to init aty128fb, and the Pismo is RageM3pA.
> > > Please try a 2.4 kernel as well.
> > for aty128fb ? Could that really help ?
> It _could_ definitely. You can only find out if it _will_ if you try ;)
Heh, I'll try it. linux-pmac-unstable from paul mackerras' tree should be alright I guess.
> Earthling Michel Dänzer (MrCooper) \ CS student and free software
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