My video card and monitor were both detected successfully during the
install. I set up X to use 1152xwhatever@16bit, and hit the "Test X setup"
The Gnome test desktop came up without problems, and I hit the confirm
button. When the installer came back to the installer screens, there were
a lot of artifacts on the display, and the screen wouldn't update any
more. Hitting "next" seemed to advance the installer, judging by disk
access, but the screen stayed exactly the same.
Upon rebooting and starting the installer again, the same garbled screen
was there when X started, but was quickly replaced by the normal
installer. Installation without testing X proceeded normally.
The video card is a 3DFX Voodoo3-3000, 16MB.
Verified, Voodoo 3.
One thing to add. I tried using 1400x1050 first, which did not give me a
usable screen, so I pressed 'n' to tell the installer that it didn't work.
When I did that, the "Test setting" button remained pressed and the interface
became unresponsive, but I was still able to change the resolution and test
again. When I accepted the result, the system hung. Ctrl-Alt-F1 wouldn't
break out either.
Assigning for a developer.
Hmm. When you get to the syslinux prompt, try typing 'nofb'. This will force
the installer to skip framebuffer mode altogether and start the graphical
installer with whatever X server that card uses. I'm trying to figure out if
this bug is related to framebuffer mode.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 22753 ***