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tlug: GeForce256 nVidia card

NB:  If this is the best nVidia can do for this guy, I vote we put
them back on the Stuck Here In Trouble list.

>>>>> "jb" == Jonathan Q <> writes:

    jb> I was wondering if anyone else had tried to get one of the new
    jb> Creative Labs geForce256 nvidia cards to work with XF86 3.3.5?

    jb> I tried using the linux *drivers* from nVidias website (they
    jb> had a package with the RIVA SVGA server)

Have you tried with a vanilla XF86_SVGA?  I have an STB NVidia RIVA
TNT AGP---here's my XF86Config "Device":

Section "Device"
   Identifier      "NVidia"
   VendorName      "STB Nvidia"
   BoardName       "RIVA TNT 16MB AGP"
   Clocks          25.18
   VideoRam        16384

and it works beautifully for me:

screen #0:
  dimensions:    1600x1200 pixels (542x406 millimeters)
  resolution:    75x75 dots per inch
  depths (1):    24
  root window id:    0x26
  depth of root window:    24 planes
  number of colormaps:    minimum 1, maximum 1
  default colormap:    0x23
  default number of colormap cells:    256
  preallocated pixels:    black 0, white 16777215
  options:    backing-store YES, save-unders YES
  largest cursor:    32x32
  current input event mask:    0x58207f
    KeyPressMask             KeyReleaseMask           ButtonPressMask
    ButtonReleaseMask        EnterWindowMask          LeaveWindowMask
    PointerMotionMask        ButtonMotionMask         SubstructureNotifyMask
    SubstructureRedirectMask PropertyChangeMask
  number of visuals:    1
  default visual id:  0x22
    visual id:    0x22
    class:    TrueColor
    depth:    24 planes
    available colormap entries:    256 per subfield
    red, green, blue masks:    0xff0000, 0xff00, 0xff
    significant bits in color specification:    8 bits

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