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I have "The complete Linux" 6.5 on my system. with linux Mandrake 6.1, and i cant run KDE because it doesn't detect my savage4 card. I was wondering does any know where to get the drivers/xserver for the savage4? so i can run KDE =)

-thanx in advance ELusion
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by:tq3407
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During the install, what did you choose as your video card?
I just went to the xfree86 website to check and seeif there was support.  According to the XFree86 web site, there is support for that chip in the Xfree 3.3.5 version.  But the document said that it was for the linux and intel platform only.  Here is the web site that you can go to to check on this.  http://www.xfree86.org

Let us know on what type of card this is.

Marshall
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by:genocide
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Try the server at

http://members.xoom.com/s3dlinux/

Lots of luck!

Genocide
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crobert120999 earned 40 total points
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look for linux drivers at
http://www.3dfx.com
3dfx company made it possible for the linux users. :)
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