Dan Burcaw (email@example.com)
Mon, 12 Apr 1999 13:54:28 -0600 (MDT)
> This appears to be my problem, as well. Xconfigurator started in the
> install process, but detected only 3M of VRAM (I have 6). I selected
> "Apple iMac Display" and the 8- and 16-bit, 1024x768 resolutions, since
> 1024x768 wasn't offered at the 24-bit level, I guess as a result of it
> thinking I only have 3M of VRAM. Hit "OK"...the screen blanked, then it
> said starting X server, but then reported that there is a problem with my
> freshly installed X server. Maybe I'm missing the Xvfb package...didn't
> check on installing that, but I was on the lookout this time to see that
> Xconfigurator was loaded. The default selections in package choice seems
> to need some work.
One issue is, When you use "No Video Driver" in BootX, your vram seems to
be reported differently. At this point, I'm not sure what the solution is
but it is a known issue. When not using "No Video Driver", is the vram
that is reported still off by one?
Terra Soft Solutions, Inc.
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