Re: Persistent 'no devices found' error

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Oops! Please ignore last posting, this one has the files....sorry

Thank you for your quick response.

The two XF86Config files are attached.

A few more points that mat be relevant:-

Xconfigurator seems to find the SiS chipset no problem but the Tseng labs
ET4000 I had to select manually as 'Generic ET4000' from a list.

I see that djfuego was having a similar problem with 320x200 vga resolution.
I tried Ctrl+Alt+numeric pad + without success.

----- Original Message -----
From: "Lionel Lecoq" <>
To: <newbie@XFree86.Org>
Sent: Tuesday, December 17, 2002 10:26 PM
Subject: Re: Persistent 'no devices found' error

> your /etc/X11/XF86Config-4 would have been helpful...
> The combination device/monitor/resolution/depth (check what corresponds to
default depth) does not
> give you a working conf...
> Lionel
> --- Simon Wyre <> wrote:
> > Hello,
> >
> > I am having some problems getting XFree86 working on an HP Vectra Ve. I
> > installed XFree86 as part of Red Hat Linux 7.3
> >
> > The installation went fine with a nice graphic display telling me how
> > installation was progressing and indeed when I first boot, the GRUB 0.91
> > introductory screen seems to work fine. After that, however, I do not
> > to be able to get a decent graphic display.
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