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Old 10-27-2003, 05:12 PM   #1
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Question Is there are main hardware control pannel for Red Hat 9

I am using Red Hat 9, and I have been trying modify my current video settings. I have an ATI All in wonder pro 128 AGP and my main goal is to get the tv function to work, but Im stuck with a generic setting for my video. I dont know where can I add or modify my hardware. Like in windows there is the device manager, is there a similar feature for linux? If any one can help me out that would be great, I'm new to Linux and Im trying get the most of my hardware. Thanks.
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You will need to download and install the full drivers for your card.
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More questions and problems: 1. ATI doesnt support this card under linux, 2. I have tried video4linux but Im not sure exactly how to intall it. 3. Im still wondering how can I modify my hardware settings under Mandrake I believe there was a control pannel feature (dont remember the name) but under Red Hat there is one but it only lists what is in my system but doesnt let me modify anything. HELP !


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