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SubjectRe: Screen corruption in 2.4.18
On Sun, Mar 24, 2002 at 08:40:27PM -0600, Steven Walter wrote:

> I fear this as well. In fact, I'm relatively certain that they /do/
> both use the same PCI ID. Hence why lspci lists KT133/KM133. But I
> hope to big mistaken. If not, the only way I can see of detecting that
> it is a KM133 is by checking what device 01:00 is an S3 ProSavage.
> Yuck.

Is it possible to identify the KT133/KM133 by the vendor string,
rather than the PCI ID? It's, erm, kinda ugly, but it might be
the cleanest way to do it if the PCI ID isn't unique.


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