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Re: Matrox Xserver (again) and XFree86 3.3.3.3



Thanks.  I had wondered if that would work.  That sounds like it'll work
much better than what I was getting ready to do ;-)

Oh .. and I, of course, found the Matrox Xserver rpm and config file not too
long after I sent my previous post; doesn't it always seem to work that
way...


-----Original Message-----
From: Ed Cogburn <ecogburn@greene.xtn.net>
To: Debian-Users <debian-user@lists.debian.org>
Date: Sunday, December 27, 1998 11:48 PM
Subject: Re: Matrox Xserver (again) and XFree86 3.3.3.3


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> Please don't use HTML for email; there are many who would appreciate that.
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>> Sean M Hollingsworth wrote:
>>
>> First off, I really appreciate everyone's response to my earlier post on
the
>> Matrox Xserver.  Of course, now that I have the card installed, I can no
>> longer find the Xserver on SuSE's website.  All I can find is a message
>> saying that the Matrox server is now included in the SVGA server in
XFree86
>> 3.3.3.3, which is cool, except there are no debs for XFree86 3.3.3.3 and
I'm
>> not about to stick an X tarball on a debian system and then try unkludge
>> everything when the deb does come out.  So, anyone know where I can find
the
>> Matrox Xserver/XF86Config file now -- or if I even still can -- and
anyone
>> have any idea when XFree86 3.3.3.3 will be available in a deb?
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> I'm running the 3.3.3.3 xserver-svga now.  Just get the the xserver
tarball
>(just has the xserver binary in it), and drop the new binary in place of
the
>old one.  Dpkg, of course, won't know about this, but it doesn't hurt
anything
>either.
>
>
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>Ed C.
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