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For Laptop users with the S3 Virge MX+ chipset and Xfree86 release 3.3.2..... You must add the following line uder your graphic device section of XF86Config to get the SVGA server to work properly (SVGA is the one supported for S3 Virge MX and MX+)
ChipID    0x8c01

This info was passed to me by Harold Koenig of Xfree86.org
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How can I get my SVGA server to work properly?
I have a laptop with the S3 Virge MX+ chipset and Xfree86 release 3.3.2.....

*cackle* wonder if I can get points for asking the question for that answer ;>

-Rasp


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