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I have the OAKTECH spitfire OTI-641111 graphics card,
Firstly it is PCI and xconfigurator does not recognize it.
Secondly no other card works except the generic VGA compatible and only with 640x480 16 col resolution.
Please tell me where I can get the drivers for it or perhaps configure x to run with better and deeper resolutions.
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I also own a OTI-111 graphics card.

Superprobe from XFree86 project did not recognize it.

I use a commercial Accelerated-X Server from Xi graphics
http://www.xig.com that very well supports OAK technologies card..


PS: I am in no way related to Xi graphics Inc.
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by:mallah
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I also own a OTI-111 graphics card.

Superprobe from XFree86 project did not recognize it.

I use a commercial Accelerated-X Server from Xi graphics
http://www.xig.com that very well supports OAK technologies card..


PS: I am in no way related to Xi graphics Inc.
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