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Problem: FireGL 1000 Pro with X-Windows

Posted on 1997-12-16
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Anyone can suggest X-server for FireGl 1000 Pro?
SuperProbe cant detect it in the right way, because this
card is based on new chipset 8(.

Thank you,
Sergey
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Sergey,
From X-Free86.org:

The Weitek 9100 and 9130 chipsets are not supported (these are used on the Diamond Viper Pro and Viper SE boards).  The chips used on the FireGL boards are not currently supported.  Most other Diamond boards will work with this release
of XFree86. Diamond is actively supporting The XFree86 Project, Inc.

Looks like you'll have to wait or get a different board.

Bob
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