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Trident 9880 in RedHat5.0

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I have a problem with my video card[Trident 9880] in my RedHat5.0,it can't
work,who can help me configure it
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Red Hat is not the problem. It's just that it contains an out of date version of XFree86. Install Red Hat and configure it to run on a generic VGA driver (it uses the VGA16 server). Download the latest version of XFree86 (version 3.3.6) from www.xfree86.org and follow the installation instructions. This should fix your graphic card problem.
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