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Re: Video Troubles - Paradise Pipeline / AOC 5VlrA



C'mon now, if you check what you quoted, you'd see the XFree86 3.3.5 version:)


On Fri, 6 Dec 2002 06:45:58 -0800 (PST)
Lionel Lecoq <lionel_lecoq@yahoo.com> wrote:

> More info (XF86Config / log etc.) would be helpful.
> my experience with 320x200 resolution was  a non recognised graphic card in X 3.3.6
> This is why it would be helpful to know whether you are running 3.3.6 (which would basically be
> reasonable with the -in our days- rather modest setup you seem to have - basically most "modern"
> versions of kde * my experience only goes up to 2.2...* work perfectly well with 3.3.6...)
> or 4.x.x 
> If you have 3.3.6 you should be able to get 16 bits with 1024x768 using the accelerated SVGA
> server (XF86_SVGA)
> with 4.x.x you would have to use the unaccelerated vesa driver which means lousier performance... 
> Lionel
> 
>  
> --- GreenTree Ground Station <gtgs@hotpop.com> wrote:
> > Hi All,
> > 
> > Having a devil of a time getting acceptable video out
> > of a AMD K5-166, PCI BIOS 2.10 MB/CPU, and a Paradise
> > Pipeline PCI 8 (using WD9710 chip) 2mb video card,
> > with an AOC Spectrum 5VlrA SVGA monitor...
> > 
> > According to the Monitor data it will handle 30-69 x 50-120,
> > with a bandwidth of 85.  Card SHOULD do btr than 800x600x256,
> > but all I'm able to get out of it is 640x480x4 resolution.
> > 
> > I've fiddled with the XF86Setup and the config file manually
> > and can't get any better, and normally end up with 320x200.
> > 
> > Slack v7.0, XFree86 v3.3.5 (8/3/99), Linux v2.2.5 i586 [ELF]
> > 
> > Please help...
> > 
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