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Old 05-14-2006, 04:29 AM   #1
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Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 950 on FC4

I have Toshiba Satellite laptop with Mobile Intel(R) 945GM Express Chipset and Intel« Graphics Media Accelerator 950. I can't get it working with fedora core 4.
I saw Intel has a driver for Linux but only for Suse.
There are also some possibilities as compiling X11R6.9.0 which has support for this video card.
The kernel version is that which comes on fc4 DVD , 2.6.11. I could update the kernel is necessary.

Has anyone experiences with this card?
Please advice me what to do to get my card working.



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