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I need Linux drivers for a Diamond Stealth 2 G460 (based on the intel i740 chipset)

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I need Linux drivers for a Diamond Stealth 2 G460 (based on the intel i740 chipset)

I've been looking for a LONG time, and can't seem to locate them anywhere, so PLEASE if you know where I can get them, REPLY.

Dan
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Sorry, I ment Xwindows (not necessarily Linux)
Or XFree86...
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Yes, I did.
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Will the card work using the standard svga server ?
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Here is an X server for i740 base cards: http://www.precisioninsight.com/products.html

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