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Matrox Mystic and X-Windows

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How do I get My Matrox Mystic to work with X-Windows.
What shall I add in XF86CONFIG and what server shall I use???
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Matrox works with the S3 server and this is what you will also use the S3 defaults in the config file.

Jason
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by:Levin
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My X version suports Mystique. (I got it with the Debian 1.3.1 distribution.)

I still don't know what clock chip it uses though, so I haven't got it to work.
(The config program prompts me for a clock chip right after I have selected my graphicsboard.)
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by:hulken
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Well, I just foundout that the newest XF86_SVGA suports the matrox cards. Thanks annyway!

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