Doing a graphical install on a SIS530 integrated mainboard works up to a
point then it starts rendering some white areas as black making it kind of
tricky to work with. Ive not seen this after install which is odd ?
The beta X server was ok minus the fact scrolling occasionalyl corrupted
Secondly the display height is too large. On my generic 640x480 vga dislay
the picture goes over the top and bottom. Other cards seem to be ok
suggesting a card/table problem.
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lspci for the machine
Can you attach a server log + config file? Probably using a bad modeline for
your monitor. xvidtune will likely help configure a working mode for you
if you cant get X to sanely do so itself. If you generate a working modeline,
attach it and I'll see if I can get it into either X or Xconfigurator.
If 4.0.3-5 or 4.0.3-14 works well with the card though, let me know since we'll
be dropping 3.3.6 most likely in the not distant future and theres no
use fiddling with 3.3.6 if it can be avoided by using 4.x. The installer
will likely use 4.x FBdev for installation in our next release whereas it uses
3.3.x for some reason in 7.0/7.1 Me and msf need to talk about this...
Does this mean that the MediaGX, S3 968, S3 Trio and Imagine 128 etc servers are
now finally ported over.. that would be great news
I've attached the XF86Config. It looks right. Its just the display isnt. Dunno
if its just crap cards or what.
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S3 drivers are indeed being ported finally. A fellow named Ani Joshi is doing
S3 work. If you have, or can obtain hardware, Ani is willing to port the
stuff. He's already got 968 and Trio working I believe. I'll have to check
it out again prior to our next release. 3.3.6 will be here as long as it is
needed though. I think a lot of what needs to be done will be done in a year,
so probably around the time XFree 4.2.x is out, we may no longer need 3.3.6.
I need your X server log to go with the config still...
Also, I've got a pending errata release ready for 3.3.6. Currently it
is the 3.3.6-38 rpm's on porky (and people.redhat.com/mharris/testing).
If you try them, please let me know any good/bad changes. In particular
there are numerous major updates to the S3 drivers, including the cards
you have mentioned.
I can try them on the SiS and the Cyrix MediaGX. I think my S3 card went out in
a server to someone though
This should all be fixed / workedaround in rawhide currently and current
beta's. The solution is in the hwdatabase Cards file, which disables
the faulty hardware cursor using Option "swcursor".
I'm setting the bug report to MODIFIED. If you can test and confirm,
then set to RAWHIDE if it is ok (which it should be now), or reopen
for tweaking with XaaNo options..