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Old 03-18-2003, 11:06 PM   #1
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Red face Driver for VGA adapter.


Mandy detects my VGA as Trident Blade Generic, it works well. It allows setting of 24bits color.

My VGA is built-in onboard, chipset is VIA MK20, Taiwan maker. The CDROM only has driver for Windows, not for linux.
I can see the screen color is sharper in windows than linux,

So, what can i do to improve my VGA in linux ?


 
Old 03-18-2003, 11:14 PM   #2
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My mother board spec is :
Specifications:
CPU Support: Socket A CPU
AMD Athlon/Duron CPU with 200MHz/266Mhz FSB
Chipsets: VIA KLE1336
(North bridge) VIA VT8361
High Performance Athlon CPU Interface
Internal Accelerated Gr0raphics Port (AGP) Controller
Concurrent PCI Bus Controller
Advanced High-Performance DRAM Controller
(South bridge) VIA VT82C686B
UDMA 33/66/100 IDE interface
USB interface
AC97 Controller
Integrated Super I/O controller
Integrated hardware monitoring controller
Power management meet ACPI requirement
RTC
Form Factor
Micro-ATX
Front Side Bus
Including 100/103/105/110/112/120/124/133/140/150 MHz
Power Controller: Single Phase VRM9.0 compliant PWM
Richtek 9224C
Memory: 2 x 168-pin DIMM
DIMM x 2, Up to 1GB of PC100 /PC133 SDRAM
Graphics
Built in Trident AGP controller
Audio
VIA Audio driver with AC 97 compliant CODEC
Ethernet (optional)
On board Realtek 8139C
IEEE 802.3u 100Base-T specifications compliant
10 Mb/s and 100 Mb/s operation
Supports Wake-On-LAN function
Expansion Slot
PCI:
3 PCI slots, PCI 2.2 compliant
Support 32 bit PCI master mode device
133 Mbyte/sec Maximum Throughput
ISA:
1 ISA slot
Support 16 bit ISA mode device
I/O: Built in VIA VT82C686B
Support 2 UARTs for Complete Serial Ports
Support 1 IR port
Support 1 Multi-mode parallel port
Support 1 Floppy Disk Controller
Support PS2 keyboard and mouse
IDE: Built in VT82C686B
Dual channel master mode PCI supporting four Enhanced IDE devices
Transfer rate up to 33MB/sec to cover PIO mode 4, multi-word DMA mode 2 drives, and UltraDMA-33 interface and increased reliability using UltraDMA-66/100 transfer protocols
On board 2 IDE port
H/W Monitor: Built in VIA686B
Five positive voltage (one internal), three temperature (one internal) and two fan-speed monitoring
Programmable control, status, monitor and alarm for flexible desktop management
External thermister or internal bandgap temperature sensing
Automatic clock throttling with integrated temperature sensing
Internal core VCC voltage sensing
Flexible external voltage sensing arrangement (any positive supply and battery)
Power Management
ACPI v1.0 Compliant
APM v1.2 Compliant
Bios: Built in 2Mb Flash ROM
Award PnP BIOS
DMI 2.3
Bios FSB and Multiplier setting
Bootable from LS120, ZIP drive, CD-ROM, SCSI
On Board Ports / Connectors / Jumpers / Headers (front/back panel)
Ports:
2 x IDE
1 x Floppy
Back Panel Connectors
1 x PS/2 Keyboard
1 x PS/2 Mouse
2 x USB
1 x RJ45 Ethernet with built in transformer (optional)
1 x VGA
1 x COM 1
1 x Parallel
1 x Game Port
1 x Line_In, Lin_out, Mic_in
On Board Jumpers
Clear CMOS
On Board Connectors
1 x COM 2
On Board Headers
2 x USB
3 x FAN
Front Panel Audio Ear_out, Mic_in
Wake On Lan
IR header
Front Panel for Power_LED, Power_On, Speaker, Reset, IDE_LED
Intrusion detect
System temperature detect with fixed sensor
Accessory: CD-ROM Disk
VIA 4-1 driver
VIA audio driver
Realtek Ethernet driver
User manual in PDF file
IDE Cable: 1 x UDMA 66/100 cable
Floppy Cable: 1 x Floppy Cable
User manual: 1 x print user manual
 
  


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