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Re: ATI in XFree 4..?
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- Date: Thu, 21 Dec 2000 10:15:35 +0900
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"Scott M. Stone" wrote: > well I just noticed something... when rh7 installed, it installed all the > core stuff from XFree86 4.0.1, but the X server itself is the 3.3.6 > XF86_Mach64 server. is this because there is no support for this chipset > in Xfree 4, or is this a RH screwup? No, it's the same in debian. You have an option to use Xserver 4 or Xserver 3. B0Ti
- ATI in XFree 4..?
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