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How can I install S3TRIO3D/2X(AGP card) in Linux Redhat 6.0 ? I want to use it in 800x600, 16bit mode, but I couldn't find driver for this card.
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run Xconfigurator, select s3 virge as your chipset
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Make sure that when you run Xconfigurator that you use the command line as follows:
Xconfigurator --expert
this will allow you to mannually choose the Xfree server.  Choose S3V server. Hope this helps.  If you do not use the --expert switch on the command line, some distributions will install the SVGA libraries.  You may need to install the S3V server from your original media as it may not be present on your system.
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