Joined: Feb. 2007
||Posted: Sep. 05 2008,14:00
Puppy (and that thread) use Xorg (the full X server). It is possible your specific chip isn't supported in Xtrident, so to using Xfbdev or one of the full X servers could be the only way.
Setting XFree86 or Xorg up can be more tricky than one of these tinyX servers, but then you'd get near-perfect acceleration. They are both big, but Xorg is an uci so it saves ram.
After loading Xorg, get out of X, and:
And it will autoconfigure you a new xorg.conf file into /root. Edit as needed, then copy it to /etc/X11/ as "xorg.conf", add into your backup, and edit .xserverrc to "/opt/xorg72/bin/Xorg -nolisten tcp"..
There's no such thing as life. Those mean little jocks invented it ;)
Windows is not a virus. A virus does something!