Joined: April 2007
||Posted: Sep. 21 2007,13:30
Run away, boring-question man is coming back
Ok, i solved (thanks guy) all problem with touchscreen i had. and also to "autoload modprobe"
now i need to put a "sisusb" working
a "sisusb" is a "USB to VGA" device, that permit u to plug a second (third, fourth, etc) monitor into usb port
i already did it, i mean: making sisusb working, in different distro (fedora, just for your information)
installing a sisusb is easy enough: put the sisusb_drv.o (or .so) into /usr/X11R6/lib/modules/drivers and write something like
into /etc/X11/XF86Config-4 file
|Code Sample |
Option "HWCursor" "True"
Option "SWCursor" "True"
Option "CRT1Gamma" "True"
Modes "1024x768" "800x600" "640x480"
and then restart X.
now, with dsl (dsl-n to be honest) does not work. why?
dunno; XFree86 log does not show any EE about it (``# cat /var/log/XFree86.0.log | grep EE'' does not show any EE at all)
i tried using sisusb_drv.o dowloaded at http://www.winischhofer.eu/linuxsisusbvga.shtml then i discovered these one are using gcc3
and this is a problem: what version of gcc i can use on dsl-n?
i found gcc1 package for dsl; googling here and there i found somplace saying there are gcc up to 2.95 for dsl
browsing mydsl extension browser, however, i found NOONE gcc package
so, where i can found updated gcc?
and someone knows where (if any) i can found sisusb driver useable for dsl(-n)??
thanks for helping (again) mate