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I have a VideoLogic Grafixstar Apocalypse 5D Power VR Graphic Card. It's not supported in Linux Suse 6.0. Does someone have a packet that upgrades Linux setup so that it  recognizes this or any other solution.
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Check out for the latest XFree86 version at www.xfree86.org and watch for the list of supported adapters. If it's there, upgrade your XFree86.
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I'm using red hat 6.1..I had same kinda
problems when I was using red hat 6.0. It didn't regonize my riva TNT2 card..I did download latest X server from Xfree86..

Here's the files
ftp://ftp.xfree86.org/pub/XFree86/3.3.6/binaries/Linux-ix86-glibc21/

Here's the installation notes..
http://www.uni-paderborn.de/mirrors/xfree86/3.3.6/RELNOTES.html


Here's list of supported video cards
http://www.uni-paderborn.de/mirrors/xfree86/cardlist.html


installation is basicly


tar -xvf tgz files

then run
xf86config
It configures X server..

Be sure that you set Right Vertical
and horisontal frequenzies or else your monitor might ZAP.

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