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Old 05-23-2004, 08:31 AM   #1
jebaanandhan
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In Disk on Chip VESA support Kernel - VESA frambuffer Device is not Created -


Distribution is Red Hat Linux. I have Compiled with Disk on Chip support,VESA,VGA,Support.when i have booted it through NFS[Net Boot],Two Framebuffer Devices fb0,fb1 are created for VESA,VGA.but when i have booted from Disk on Chip,VGA framebuffer device is created.no frame buffer device for VESA.Both Kernels are same.
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