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I have Xfree86 3.2 installed and no server yet supports
WDc9033 chipset with >8bit support, and I know that
this chipset can do 16M 640x480, 64K 800x600, etc.

ps. i can't contact www.xfree86.org by email because I
     use IE3 and email is not setup. That is until i get PPP
     ppp to work in Linux.

THANKs.. Bromone4
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The solution to this would be to write the code for your own server that would support this. The x-server development kit is freely available on the net. This will be the only way around this until the code is written. If you know any coding gurus they may do this for you,

Regards,

Jason

PS - The question is a little ambiguous - I think this is what you were asking....


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I guess I could do that.
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