From: Jeremy D. Zawodny (jzawodn_at_wcnet.org)
Date: Mon Apr 12 1999 - 20:08:35 EDT
jzawodn_at_wcnet.org (Jeremy D. Zawodny) writes:
> I've had a ThinkPad 380D for about half a year now and it's been
> happily running various flavors on Linux. I've been using the binary
> X Server for the NeoMagic chip set provided by Red Hat software
> (XBF-neomagic-glibc-1.1.0-1.i386 to be exact).
> After inspecting my XF86Config file, it would appear that I need a
> definition for the external video that the NeoMagic server groks.
Actually, this was easy. All I had to do was enable the following
option in the "Device" section of /etc/X11/XF86Config:
That was easy.
Woohoo! Now I have external video.
-- Jeremy D. Zawodny Web Geek, Perl Hacker, etc. http://www.wcnet.org/~jzawodn/ jzawodn_at_wcnet.org
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