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Thread: Success: Xenarc, Epia MII, and aspect ratio under Linux

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    Variable Bitrate NoPistonPC's Avatar
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    millec,

    That screenshot is not from me, it's from Xenarc's site: http://www.xenarc.com/images/PowerStrip.jpg

    I don't have an Epia MII like you do. I am using an Epia P4-ITX, which is a different chipset. It has an integrated S3 ProSavageDDR graphics adapter.

    That's odd that it wouldn't work the Epia MII chipset, but since I don't have one, I can't confirm. Can anyone else with an MII chipset get this modeline working in X?
    1994 RX-7, EPIA P4-ITX w/ Celeron 2.4 Ghz, Arise PSU, Xenarc 700TSV (new model)

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    Quote Originally Posted by NoPistonPC
    millec,

    That screenshot is not from me, it's from Xenarc's site: http://www.xenarc.com/images/PowerStrip.jpg

    I don't have an Epia MII like you do. I am using an Epia P4-ITX, which is a different chipset. It has an integrated S3 ProSavageDDR graphics adapter.

    That's odd that it wouldn't work the Epia MII chipset, but since I don't have one, I can't confirm. Can anyone else with an MII chipset get this modeline working in X?
    I doubt it. I am pretty sure this motherboard doesn't support this screen resolution. If it did, X11 or PowerMate would have been able to set it. In case it hasn't become clear... I have given up on the native chipset.

    Anyone have any suggestions for a good PCI graphics card with good support under Linux for the 800x480 screen resolution?

    --Craig

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