Re: Change video Card
On Sun, 13 May 2012 10:48:22 +0200, Alex Padoly wrote:
On a DEBIAN WORKSTATION (latest stable version) I must change my video
card, what is the procedure:
- List the current card and driver in use.
- List the new card and driver you plan to use.
- Hope for the best...
2: turn off my computer
3: replace a video card
4: tir on my computer
Yes, but depending on the change, I would recommend booting in rescue
mode and install, setup and configure the card from there.
To UNSUBSCRIBE, email to debian-user-REQUEST@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
with a subject of "unsubscribe". Trouble? Contact listmaster@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
- RE: [UPDATED PATCH] EFI support for ia32 kernels
... >> reuse a single driver image for multiple architectures assuming there ... As one of the people responsible for the EFI Specification and our ... Perhaps the UNDI network card interface that Intel developed ... BIOS can't shadow that much ROM code. ...
- Re: Cell phone as modem?
... You would be buying another cell phone for about $199, if what the Cingular lady show me was average. ... plan or refuse to activate the card. ... I would be faced like you in finding a driver for it. ...
- Re: Opinions about Laptop and Debian - Nvidia vs Radeon
... I had an ATI card in my work desktop on my prior job. ... the fglrx driver and get full 3D. ... To UNSUBSCRIBE, email to debian-user-REQUEST@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx ...
- Re: XXX_Init only being called once
... > My stream interface driver has been stripped right back to try to solve ... > I plug my card in the first time. ... > There are two new active keys in the registry PCMCIA and myDriver. ... > No entry points are called in my driver. ...
- Re: Linux, X, ld, gcc, linking, shared libraries and stuff
... >> because, originally, video cards / system RAM could NOT afford to have ... > GL actually "copies" everything, but it's done by the graphics card, so ... > anyway if it's not hardware accelerated. ... installed the proper driver, then it zooms around the screen... ...