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settings for stb velocity 128

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what are the correct xf86config settings for this card in redhat 5  and caldera`s openlinux
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Is this card based on the NVidia Riva 128 Chipset?
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Well first off make sure that you upgrade to the newest xfree86. That is the only one that I know of that has support for the Riva 128 chipset. Second off no one can really give those settings to you since what works for me may f**k your system up. But make sure that you have the 3.3.2 of xfree86. Redhat 5 doesnt have it and I dont think that caldera has it either. So you have to either get SuSe, Turbolinux, or download the newest xfree86 yourself
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