Thanks for the reply
ok - the mist begins to clear a bit.
I looked up the Hardware Compatibility and the card is covered under Savage4 (its full name is S3 Savage4Pro). BUT from Red Hat's site the XServer I need to use is 3.3.6. This explains why I can get the system working using a free copy of Turbo Linux from a magazine - they must install the older version.
Question: How do I tell the current installation to use the older version of the XServer (assuming it is installed)?
Also, I found out that the latest version of the XServer 4.0.2 contains a new driver for Savage 4. But I don't know which files to download - I need to get a hold of a shell script, run it and then download files that the shell script tells me I need. The problem here is that I can't get the XServer up to log on to the internet (via Netscape) and do the dowmload (I suppose ftp might be possible)