I installed Red Hat Linux on my machine and couldn't get Xwindow to work. So I installed some new RPMs and edited the XF86Config file. Now I can run Xwindow but the screen is small and doesn't show the whole picture. I can scroll to see the rest but this is very annoying when I am using higher resolutions. I am assuming that this has something to do with the SVGA driver but I have no idea how to edit it. Please help
Did you follow all the steps in the Intel doc's? If so you should be okay as far as the setup is concerned. I'm guessing that your problem is that you want a higher res screen without needing to scroll
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