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Re: [K12OSN] Re: s3 trio 3d ....



Hello Nasim,

The Cirrus Logic chipsets seem to work alright with the xserver set to
svga

eg 

XF86_SVGA or XFree86_SVGA (depends on which version of X Free you are
using).

Cheers,
Bert

On Wed, 2003-01-22 at 03:56, nasim bahbahani wrote:
> Reply:
> Although it might seem 'clever' to have the server
> boot to a text login(as opposed to a graphical one) to
> save memory on the server I don't think it will allow
> clients to receive a login prompt unless some other
> configuration is done.  During my first install I
> chose text login and (as stated below) my client only
> booted as far as the gray X-window(with mouse
> pointer). I reinstalled and chose graphical login and
> my first client booted up. Yay! I'm sure there is a
> way to change whether the server boots to graphical or
> text without reinstalling but I didn't easily find
> this info.
> 
> I am now trying to get some clients with a (Cirrus
> Logic) CLGD5465-HC-C integrated chip.  It does not
> work with XSERVER = auto as it gives Fatal server
> error: No screens found.  I will try some of the
> Cirrus settings that have been suggested recently but
> any other suggestions would be welcome.
> 
> >Hi, this 2mb onboard chip boots as far as an
> X-windows background with 
> >a working mouse pointer and then goes no further. 
> The messages file 
> >from the server side says entering run level 5.  My
> lts.conf file is 
> >unchanged from install with the redhat 7.3 version of
> ltsp(I believe it is 
> >v2.1.2). 
> 
> >Any hints or suggestions for further clarification
> are most welcome.
> 
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