Re: Request - a working XF86Config-4 for a Powermac 6400/200 - Please.
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- From: Francois Taiani <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: 16 May 2003 12:34:20 +0200
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does 'lspci' yield anything useful on your machine? On my machine (not a
powermac!), I obtain something like:
00:10.0 VGA compatible controller: ATI Technologies Inc Rage 128 RE
(You should get something corresponding to you video card.) The
"00:10.0" corresponds to what is asked by the debian install script,
*except* that it is hexadecimal, and XF86Config wants it decimal. (So
for my configuration, I had to tell "PCI:0:16:0" to Debian.)
You can also look at your log files (/var/log/XFree86.0.log, or if you
use gdm /var/log/gdm/\:0.log (this is probably different with kdm or
xdm)), to see if you get more instructive messages.
I'm afraid this won't directly solve your problems, but maybe it'll
bring you a step further.
On Thu, 2003-05-15 at 18:00, Winther wrote:
> Hi there.
> Uphill all the way -
> Now got the Powermac working, but I have problems getting X-server up and running.
> I had same kind of problem some time ago during an installation on an i386. At that time it was enough to make the memory of the graficcard (sorry) available in the XF86Config-4 file.
> Debian wanted to know the bus-address for the card during setup. Something in this form
> PCI: nn : nn : nn
> Anybody who knows the numbers. www.apple.com don't !
> On boot I get interesting messages like:
> No screens found. Fatal server error (send the marines)
> But for the request. If you have a powermac 6400/200 which is running x-server in a stunning fasion without quirks
> I would like to have a copy of the XF86Config-4 file.
> Found at /etc/X11/
> What a day
Francois Taiani +33 (0) 5 6133 6406
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