Joined: Feb. 2007
||Posted: Jan. 11 2008,12:35
xfbdev? Good to see it works for you.
I'll explain the difference of these two, in case it helps:
Xvesa and Xfbdev are both tiny X servers, both incorporating only one driver for display, keyboard and mouse. Xvesa has the vesa driver, which can use nearly every card made, that is all that support Vesa 1, 2 or 3. But there are some cards that don't follow the vesa standard well, or just are too old for it.
Xfbdev is X on the framebuffer. Framebuffer is something more cards have. It has less acceleration than vesa though, and can't change the resolution after boot.
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