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I really wonder what this is about ... I use fetchmail in combination
with exim and procmail.

Wouter


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Subject: Re: Screen corruption with Amiga X - And AteoBus, Pixel64 support?
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Hi,

cool, Amiga! 

I do not know much about Linux on Amiga, but you might get more useful
response from the debian-m68k or debian-powerpc (if you have a
powerpc on your blizard -- can't remember, it has been too long) lists.

About the lines: it could be an error in the X server. You can try to look
which X servers are available for Amiga and see which drivers it supports
(by XF86_VGA16 -showconfig will show you the drivers that this X server
supports).

Greetz,
Sebastiaan



 On Fri, 16 Mar 2001 Kevin.Bewley@camr.org.uk wrote:

> Hi,
>    I've just installed Debian Linux from the 2.2r2 CD set onto my Amiga.
> 
> A1200:
> Blizzard 1260 + SCSI-IV
> 50Mb RAM
> 1x Internal IDE Drive (1.4Gb - with Debian on it)
> 2xInternal SCSI drives (4.3Gb and 520Mb on the SCSI-IV)
> 1xInternal SCSI CD-R/RW Yamaha 8824S
> 
> AteoBus with Pixel64 (Cirrus Logic Based graphics card supported by
> Picasso96 and CGFX 4.0)
> AteoIO-3 Card (fast serial/parallel ports)
> 
> So, questions:
> 1. Is there any intention to expand the CLGen driver to include the Ateo
> Pixel64 graphics card, please? I'd be willing to act as a tester for it.
> 
> 2. Why do I get lots of screen corruption when I run X from Debian on my
> AGA display. Sort of random vertical lines etc.
> 
> Help,
> Kevin Bewley
> 
> 
> 
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