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Bug#581216: Fix for this bug

I got it working after modifying xorg.conf and installing the firmware.  Install firmware-linux (which includes the non-free firmware files) and reboot the PC to get the firmware to load.  This managed to get X to start, but it picked a bad resolution for my ThinkPad LCD and the screen was garbled.  I had this same bug with Ubuntu 8.04/8.10 and had submitted a bug report to Ubuntu for this same problem.  I dug up the xorg.conf that fixed my problems and switched to it, now X and GNOME work perfectly!

Here's a link to the xorg.conf http://launchpadlibrarian.net/34916180/xorg.conf (for IBM ThinkPad A21p, or modification for any Rage 128 chipset).

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