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I'm looking for configuration information for Creative's GraphicsBlaster Exxtreme Value video card with XFree86.  The video card databases I've come across so far are dated.  Is there a more recent repository?  Thanks.
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Use X server from SuSe (http://www.suse.de/XSuSE/XSuSE_E.html) or a comercial server (I'am using Accelerated X - www.xig.com) wich support Permedia2 chipset.

-Tim

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