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On Monday 13 October 2003 08:13 am, Mark Hummel wrote:
> I suppose the first question should be, is the subject combination even
> possible to configure because so far I don't think it is?
> I've read the problems users have had with the default (canned) nv
> driver so
> expecting it not to work I did a XF86Config and sure enough, it didn't
> with my video card. (EE) no driver available. I then installed the
> driver from nVIDIA for my Ti4200.
> BTW is anyone aware that when a user invokes the XWindow Developer, the
> kernel sources are supposed to be installed, but are not? Just an
> observation.
> The nVIDIA drivers didn't work any better and gave a similar
> unrecoverable
> X-Windows error.   If anyone has been able to get a nvidia Ti4200
> working (X-windows), I'd really like to see your config files and know
> what drivers you're using and where you got them from.
> Apparently SciTech is working on a version of Snap Graphics for
> FreeBSD.  From my OS/2 experience I know that Snap Graphics is going to
> be
> wonderful for the FreeBSD community, but in the mean time, I'd really
> need to get the above
> combination working.  Please help.
> Mark

I haven't had any problems.  I'm running 5.1_RELEASE and I just used the 
default config for XFree.  I don't do any gaming in FreeBSD, so I don't need 
a lot of the fancier stuff the card has here.

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Eric F Crist
AdTech Integrated Systems, Inc
(952) 403-9000
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