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I am trying to install linux 6.1 on a dell pentium III m/c but in vain
I says it is a kernel problem and reboots the m/c it looks like its resultion probs,it says it cannot get the screensize and boots back.
Can somebody let me know as to whether any body has faced this same probs and let me know as to how to resolve this issue
Thanks in advance
Arun
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Mory info about your system. Which HDs (IDE,SCSI) graphic card, memory size, ...
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by:Dassa
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You could try not using autoprobe and inputting the required parameters for your display manually.
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Some feedback would be helpful.
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by:tumma
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Hi
Thanks for helping,I am sorry i could not answer the mail cause I was unable to access
I have 16mb 128rage pro graphic card,
Terminal is  dell E770 model
monitor is 17 inch dell
it has got a 128 ram.
Everthing else is getting configured apart  from the xserver ie the graphic part.
Please help me out
Thanks in advance.
arun
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tumma, if you reject rbr's "answer" other experts can provide input...
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