Same goes for those "integrated" SCSI and network cards. am using the trident driver from XFree86 4.2, running at 1024x768x24bpp. They're in beautiful little slimline cases with small power supplies (so you can have a big stack of these boxen on UPS and not kill the battery). So it is possible to get linux on, but, the real issue that I see is future problems. have a peek here
AFAIK the IIC isn't that new; it's certainly in the table of supported devices in the driver. It has worked well for both Linux and that other OS that starts with a W By Cyrix, do you mean the MediaGX???? (Score:1) by headkick ( 24083 ) writes: I Integrated multimedia sucks. (Score:1) by heroine ( 1220 ) writes: The integrated sound on mobos is usually the equivalent of a $25 soundblaster 16, the most God awful soundcard you can In addition, the CS4235 includes hardware master volume control pins as well as extensive power management and 3D sound technology.
Integrated sound/video OK for linux (Score:1) by Rabid Mongoose Boy ( 23082 ) writes: I use Redhat 5.2, and Have a Toshiba Somethingorother. SoundPro (Score:1) by CrAlt ( 3208 ) writes: If its a "SoundPro" sound card it may never work right. CPY Crack. 1.50. I have a TXproII mobo.
A decent video card is cheap these days, as is decent sound. Copyright © 2017 SlashdotMedia. We had a lot of people coming in with proprietary motherboards (Pac Bell mostly) which had lost some function, such as video, or sound. I'd imagine that 2.2 would give you the best support, plus OSS commercial or ALSA.
what are you gonna do later when you want to upgrade your machine? Drivers. Hope this helps once it is added. http://www.nvidia.com/object/solaris-display-archive.html After the inital setup, you shouldn't even *need* to have a video card in there at all. (some boards won't boot without it though) Dell Optiplex GX1 (Score:1) by foobarbaz (
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These things are only good for about a year before standards change you know. Don'y skimp on such an important component. For that, read the docs in your kernel source files. BeOS drivers check the vendor and device ID in PCI configuration space to identify the cards in the system.
no onboard video? (Score:1) by mikpos ( 2397 ) writes: I'm still running a VLB 256kB VGA video card from an old 386SX. Why do you want a motherboard with integrated video support when you know the future video-CPU will require a completely different motherboard? Make sure you know what make and model of motherboard you're picking up, and then check it on on the manufacturer's site and on Tom's Hardware pages. Check This Out Yes. =D I agree with you completely, though.
Caelum (Score:1) by Caelum ( 2341 ) writes: I've put linux on one such machine, the sound is fine, the video kinda works but is flickery, I'm sure I missed some By Cyrix, do you mean the MediaGX???? (Score:1) by janic ( 102538 ) writes: or just the plain old 6x86 stuff. It runs Celerons too, BTW, but you may need a BIOS upgrade as Asus doesn't sell all that many P2B-L's.
Oct. Use promo code SLASHDOT25. I have one in a Pentium 2 computer that I'm very pleased with, even though it's only 66 MHz front-side. The serial number off of the chip and the make of the motherboard would be useful too, but don't go out of your way if it's too much trouble.
Please type your message and try again. The sound is not supported yet to my knowledge, but I haven't checked in several weeks. My ONLY gripe is the fact that while I have an AGP video chip - I cant upgrade later to a different AGP card as there is no onboard slot, I This is from my personal expierience, get a real soundblaster (AWE64) a real pci ne2000 card, and a nice supported video board, and avoid the wierd brand motherboards like the plague.
Trident Cyberblade XP, 3Com 3C589D, Need Xig PCMCIA patch v1.7.Video driver (Trident CyberBlade) IV for Windows XP - ThinkPad 1200, 1300 . . : SavageIX Windows2000 version 7.40.51 8MB NoMV PCI Solaris Display Driver ArchiveBelow are links to the archived Solaris Display Driver Archive download pages. I am still using my SB16 that I originally bought with my 486 over 3 years ago. Only using Windoze though.
Course you could just view my opinnion as the ramblings of some idiot industrial engineer who is used to working with CompactPCI, VMEbus, ISA/PCI Passive backplanes that have all the components Just check the chipset of the video and audio and check the Linux installation. There may be more comments in this discussion. Thank god people like you never design real workstations.
This is a kick-ass board for clustering, due to the dual procs, builtin ethernet, and scsi. They don't come with any sort of video RAM, they just share out the conventional RAM in your machine. 'Twas a nasty surprise... email me at [email protected] if you can help me on this prob or RHL in general! That's cheaper than buying a sound card.
I usually can find 2 gig hard drives for close to nothing. And other combat styles always give 4 work. Kris Kriston J. As for video, my personal opinion is a card is better.
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