> > following: ttyS0 ttyS1 ttyS2 ttyS3). This is the hardware on my machine:
> > VGA ATI Radeon 7500 64mb AGP; Creative SB Live Player 5.1; a Realtek
> > Ethernet card(10/100); ASUS Motherboard for PIII Mod.TUSL2-C; a PIII
> > 700; Monitor LG 44i 14"; Logitech MouseMan Wheel USB; Alcatel Speed
> > Touch USB ADSL Modem (512kb). Is there a chance that any of this
> > hardware won't work under Debian GNU/Linux?
Radeon 7500 is not supported in your version of X.
Search google for "radeon 7500 debian" or something like that.
the solution is adding "testing" or "unstable" to your
/etc/apt/sources.list, and then apt-get install xfree (it will install a
newer version than what you currently have)
step by step
1 - copy one line from /etc/apt/sources.list and replace the "stable" word
2 - apt-get update [rebuilds apt list]
3 - apt-get install xfree (or xfree86, or xserver.. try a bit)
Do not use "framebuffer" support as debian woody does not have
framebuffer support enabled by default. If needed change your
/etc/X11/Xf86config to disable the framebuffer usage.
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