I'm pretty sure SIS drivers are included in the kernel.
I assume that since you're using Mint, you're pretty new. I don't know what gui tools Mint may have available, but the normal solution would be to edit your xorg.conf file, and replace "vesa" with "sis"
...and what is this doing in the Ubuntu forum?
Last edited by rickh; 03-03-2007 at 11:00 PM.