Someone else already pointed out the solution found at
>. Note that you can
download from that page both a modified MACH64 Xserver *and* an
XF86Config file. These have to be manually placed in the correct
directories. I'm running Debian 2.1 on an i7.5k and the modified
Mach64 Xserver and config file works great. The XFree86 home page
says the Mach64 driver of the latest version of the XFree86 package
(3.3.6) supports the Rage Mobility chipset.
RedHat 6.2 comes with XFree86 3.3.6. I would think any RedHat6.2
installation will do just fine. I don't understand why yours choked;
it should have recognized the video card. RedHat 6.1 comes with
XFree86 3.3.5 which does *not* support the Rage Mobility.
BTW, links to Linux solutions for other models of laptops can be
found at <http://www.cs.utexas.edu/users/kharker/linux-laptop/
--- In email@example.com, erick_pound@h... wrote:
> I have an inspiron 7500 in which i am trying to install red hat
> The install seems to go fairly smootuntil after it copies the
> packages. then comes the video config. I have tried the auto
> config. no luck. custom. no luck. When it enters the xconfig my
> system locks up. I've tried a few different drivers with no luck.
> As far as I could find, there is no information to help me. Any
> suggrestions would be appreciated. Thanks