- I've heard that it's impossible. Anyone had any luck? Wee, of course I
could go without sound, but it would be nice anyway...
When (edited by Dell) DELL delivers my (edited by Dell) I3800, I'm going
to give SuSE a try. If that doesn't work maybe I'll switch to Debian..
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> -----Original Message-----Caldera Openlinux comes with xFREE 3.3.4, and that doesn't support the
> From: Arkaitz [mailto:ma9aba@...]
> Sent: Wednesday, June 07, 2000 3:58 AM
> To: Linux-Dell-Laptops (E-mail)
> Subject: Re: [linux-dell-laptops] Inspiron 3800 with Caldera Openlinux
> I have an Inspiron 3800 as well, and the X servers works
> flawlessly under RedHat 6.2, that uses XFree86 3.3.6. I don't
> know which X server version Caldera uses, though.
> You'll need to configure for a 1024x768 resolution at 16bpp
> to get a good display. This should work out of the box
> providing you have the XFree 3.3.6.
ATI-Mobility chip, I'll download the 3.3.6 or 4.0 this weekend and try to
get it working.
What are the horizontal en vertical refresh rate ranges of the 14,1" TFT