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Bug 6326

Summary: XF86_I128 won't start with #9 Imagine 128-2
Product: [Retired] Red Hat Linux Reporter: reiner.suikat
Component: XFree86Assignee: Preston Brown <pbrown>
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Version: 6.1CC: bermanmk, mmoneta
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Description reiner.suikat 1999-10-25 09:53:30 UTC
XF86_I128 won't start. XConfigurator correctly identified
the card, but the server complains "Ramdac IBM526 not fount,
display modes could not be resolved", and then exits.
The 3.3.3 version DID work correctly, and it reported
"Ramdac IBM526 found" (on the same machine).

Comment 1 reiner.suikat 1999-11-02 08:33:59 UTC
Workaround: (just as in Bug #5708):
use the older package (from the Redhat 6.0 update directory).
Seems to be a problem with the XFree86_I128 server distributed with
the Redhat 6.1 CD. Unfortunately this forces one to use text mode
installation!!!

Comment 2 bermanmk 1999-11-13 23:41:59 UTC
the older package for what? xconfigurator or xfree86?

Comment 3 Robin Cutshaw 1999-11-14 00:04:59 UTC
I have found that the same source tree built on Redhat 5.2 and 6.1 do not
exhibit this problem but when built on 6.0 it does.  The 6.1 binaries were
actually built on 6.0.

Comment 4 Preston Brown 2000-01-24 21:47:59 UTC
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 5708 ***