[parisc-linux] Display for C100?

Witvliet, Hans Hans.Witvliet@Alcatel.nl
Mon, 4 Feb 2002 09:00:43 +0100


Could be mistaken, but the last time I used this feature, I had to press the
TAB-key ...


	-----Original Message-----
	From:	Aaron Macks [SMTP:aaronm@cs.brandeis.edu.ml.to]
	Sent:	Friday, February 01, 2002 9:05 PM
	To:	Greg Ingram
	Cc:	parisc-linux@lists.parisc-linux.org
	Subject:	Re: [parisc-linux] Display for C100?

	are you sure that your monitor can support 1280x1024?
	that sounds like the problem.  As I recall, you can switch boot-up 
	modes using the shift key.  Once you can see STI bootup on the 
	monitor, linux should read the settings
	>When I bought my C100 about a year ago the sales critter claimed
	>graphics card could drive a run of the mill monitor.  It has a
	>SVGA connector.  I've hooked up a couple of displays to no avail.
	>what seem to be the relevant kernel boot messages:
	>18. Coral SGC Graphics (10) at 0xf6000000 [10/20], versions 0x4,
0x0, 0x77
	>36. Coral SGC Graphics (10) at 0xf6000000 [10/20], versions 0x4,
0x0, 0x77
	>STI byte mode ROM at f6000000, hpa=f6000000
	>STI byte mode ROM, id 2bcb015a-9a02587, conforms to spec rev. 8.04
	>STI device: HPA4071A
	>Console: switching to colour frame buffer device 160x64
	>fb0: stifb 1280x1024-32 frame buffer device, id: 2bcb015a, mmio:
	>Would anyone know what kind of monitor I need?
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