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Xwindows and Trident ProVidia 9865

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ive got a trident providia 9865, and X is not working.
it starts, and i can see stuff (xterm, blah blah), but it's all
messed up. when i move the cursor (w/my mouse of course) its wierds thing up randomly. everything is partially
drawn and frigged.

i have RedHat 4.2
Xf86 3.3.1 x86

any suggestions? i really can't afford another card,
and i'm sick of win95. (it screwes up w/Scitech dis. doctor)
also.

please help.

     --Bromone4
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Go to www.suse.de/XSuSE/XSuSE_E.html and get their free Trident Server:


XSuSE_Trident

In cooperation with Alan Hourihane we have now added an improved server for Trident based chipsets. It adds:

    Trident 9685 support
    Faster acceleration for all TGUI's
    ClearTV(TM) for 9685 (only at 640x480@25MHz)
    Detection of the latest Cyber chipsets

You can download the XSuSE_Trident and configure it with a modified xf86config.


Good luck!
Bob Jacobs
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