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Old 06-05-2003, 08:54 PM   #1
ViralHex
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Post TV-Out with ATI All-In-Wonder Rage 128


I have a RedHat 9 linux box and I wanted to configure my ATI All-In-Wonder Rage 128 graphics card to use TV-Out. I have tried the Gatos drivers but have really gotten nowhere... I'm not really worrying about hardware acceleration or any of that, but really just TV-Out. So if anyone has any help that they can give or know of any well written tutorial that I could follow, it would be very much appreciated. I also need the tv out to work as if it was just a copy of the normal display... Or in other words I want to watch DVDs on my TV, but I want to play them from my Linux Box. Well, if you need any clarification or more information feel free to ask. Thanks in advance.
 
  


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