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tseng lab et6000 display driver for lunix

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Hi !

   do anyone know where can i get the display driver for tseng lab et6000 chipset ? currently i'm using lunix slackware 1.2.8. is other version (from red hat, slackware...etc) of lunix having this driver ?

   if there aren't any driver for the chipset, any alternative driver i can use ?

   thanks

   david  
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XFree86 3.3
should support
et6000
look at

http://www.cosmoseng.com/LOADvga.htm
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