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Mike A. Harris wrote: | On Wed, 11 Feb 2004, Thomas Dodd wrote: | | |>| Looks like a problem with the PCI code. there is a fix, but it is |>| awaiting feedback from the original poster. perhaps you can verify it. |> |>So it appears to be a S3 problem. | | | Not sure what you mean by "S3" problem. S3 the company? The | driver? The video card?
The card/chip. Other PCI cards tested on the sme system (according to the bug report at xfree86.org) behave differently.
| If this is happening both with the native driver and with the | vesa driver, I'm inclined to glare at the PCI code and wave a | finger back and forth personally.
|>If I build the whole thing, what would I need to send bbb, to get the |>change? I expect just the vesa driver, but not at all sure. | | | I don't know what "what would I need to send bbb" means in | English. Specifically the "bbb" part.
|>One other question, any know/suspected problems with compilers. |>He's on RHL9, probably up to date on patches, but my box is a |>hodge-podge of RHL9, FC1, 2.6 kernels, and other stuff. |> |>gcc-3.2.2-5, glibc-2.3.2-27.9.7 |> |>Any other packages I should check for version issues? | | | Nope. It is almost definitley an XFree86 issue. I would bet | money on it. It just isn't a particularly interesting or mission
So I can apply the patch from xfree86.org to the SRPM from RHL9 on my system and send him the new vesa driver and it should work?
| critical high-priority issue per se. The simple thing to do is | buy a Radeon for $30 on Ebay or pricewatch.com. Saves hours and
I didn't think anybody mad a PCI version of the Radeon. All I've seen is AGP.
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