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SubjectRe: Are we going too fast?


Alan Cox wrote:

>>of them have suffered from one malady or another - from the dual PIII with
>>the VIA chipset and Matrox G400 card, which locks up nicely when I switch
>>
>
> Welcome to wacky hardware. To get a G400 stable on x86 you need at least
>
> XFree86 4.1 if you are running hardware 3D (and DRM 4.1)
> 2.4.8 or higher with the VIA fixes
> Preferably a very recent BIOS update for the VIA box
>


I'm sorry, but what "VIA fixes" are we referring to?

My hardware:
- VIA Apollo Pro 133A - VIA VT82C686A South, VIA VT82C693A North

The only problem I have ever had with my system had to do with the

onboard sound (via82cxxx_audio driver specifically), and Mr. Jeff
Garzik promptly issued a patch which corrected my problem.

I'm currently running linux kernel 2.4.8 with no problems whatsoever.

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