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Re: X Windows and Intel i810 driver
On Fri, Jun 14, 2002 at 10:14:36AM -0700, email@example.com
> I just bought a Sony Vaio VX88 laptop and I'm trying to get OpenBSD 3.1
> running. The laptop uses the Intel i815 chipset. Going through
> xfree86.org tells me that this chipset is covered by the i810 driver.
> When I run startx it crashes out with something to the effect of "Can't
> find i810 driver". The README.810 says:
> "This driver currently only works for Linux/ix86 and recent versions of
> FreeBSD. It requires the agpgart kernel support, which is included in
> Linux kernels 2.3.42 and higher and FreeBSD 4.1 and higher".
I haven't looked, but is this the case for both X-3.3.x as well as X-4.2.x ?
I know that 3.3.x is still shipped due to some hardware being supported by it
that the 4 branch doesn't support yet. *shrug*
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