Re: Xfree4(.1) on Lombard?
> So how do you boot? (we use BootX). Which kernel arguments? (we use
Don't. Use yaboot. BootX runs as part of the MacOS startup, and MacOS sets
up overlapping PCI resources for the Mach64. The X server doesn't like
that, and disables one of these resources. This the kernel cannot cope
with. With XFree 4.0, on my Lombard, the result was always the same:
kernel panic, on occasion followed by severe filesystem corruption.
video=atyfb:vmode:14,cmode:32,mclk:89 is my kernel option for the Mach64.