Re: AGP video card
Brian Weiss <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> On Tue, 28 Jul 1998 email@example.com wrote:
> > I have a Fire GL 1000 , or also called Diamond Permidia 2 8MB AGP 2d/3d
> > combo video card. I didn't see this in the list of video cards to select.
> > Could someone please help me in setting up the correct server options for
> > this.
[ Get suse´s server ]
> One thing they don't tell you though that you have to do under
> Debian is delete the 'X' bin that should be in /usr/X11R6/bin and then
> just link the Elsa_GLoria bin (XSuSE_Elsa_GLoria I believe) to 'X'. If you
> have any other problems after doing this feel free to mail me.
How could they tell you that??? The X provided in /usr/X11R6/bin is
a script which checks for some security issues (are you allowed to run
the X server? e.g.) and finally calls the Server mentioned in
/etc/X11/Xserver. The Debian Way(tm) is leave /usr/X11R6/bin alone and
Key ID: 2048/E451C639 Jens Ritter
Key fingerprint: 5F 3D 43 1E 24 1E CC 48 1E 05 93 3A A7 10 73 37
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