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Hi, I'm looking for some help setting up Xfree86 I'm using a JAX 8241 video card with a s3 805 chip also has a chrontel 8391 clockchip and the ramdec is also meant to be the same setting as the chrontel ch8391 and something about dac 8 bit  and only 15bpp and 16bpp is supported,
My monitor is the mystery I believe it to be 50 - 60 hz
14" color-sonic  apart from that I cant tell much more it may have Vertical refresh rate of 50 -90 and Horizontal of 30 - 48 but I cant be positive of those figures. At the moment I can get to X but its in grey even though I'm using the s3 server hope someone can help I have been using xf86config to do the configuring also I am unable to use SuperProbe without the system locking up, thanks.
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ok.  well, if you have your S3 server installed, and you specifically selected it using xf86config...
      make sure you have the symbolic link X in /etc/X11 pointing to /usr/X11R6/bin/XF86_S3

      then try to invoke X with the command:
startx -- -bpp 16 (for 16 bit color)

hope it helps!
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