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Re: Running woody with original Mac ATI Radeon card



My understanding is that the agp is a subset of the pci bus so that
implies that AGP is not stipulated, rather you continue to nominate pci:
x:x:x
I also understand that the lspci returns values in hexidecimal and you
need to convert those to decimal for your xconfig.

Perhaps try using the frame buffer (i think that is mandatory with most
ppc architectures). And check that you have any appropriate modules
loaded (lsmod should show what is being used).

cheers

david
On Sat, 2004-10-02 at 16:58, nobut1 wrote:
> Hello.  After successfully installing woody on my 9600/200 with an ATI 
> Rage 128 card (including accelerated X), I decided to install it on my 
> 400mhz. AGP "Sawtooth" G4.  The install went perfectly well, but I am 
> unable to get XFREE86 working with my original AGP Radeon card.
> 
> According to lspci, the radeon card is located at 00:10.0.  Do I need 
> to tell X AGP:00:10.0 instead of PCI:00:10.0.  I apologize if my 
> description is lacking.  I did a google search, but everything I find 
> pertaining to the AGP Radeon is from 2001 and 2002 and is out of date.
> 
> Any help would be appreciated.
> 
> Thanks in advance
> 



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