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Type: Video Adapter
Manufacturer: Trident
Model: Cyber 9525
Runs on OS Versions: Oracle Solaris 10 01/06    Reported to Work
Parent System: This component is part of a system submittal.
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Technology Type: Video
Card Type: On-Board
64-bit: false
Driver Name: xorg
Driver Version: X Window System 6.9.0 - Sun Xorg Release 1.2
General Notes: # xorg.conf file for Fujitsu Lifebook S4542 with Trident Cyber 9525
#
# Before running X set the colordepth to 16. The Lifebook has only
# just enough memory for a 1024x768 sized 3x8=24 bit display, but
# because Solaris' xorg uses 32 bits per pixel for a 24 bit mode,
# we have to tune down to a 16 bits per pixel display.
#
# Solaris 10 Xorg doesn't allow you to set the default_depth in the
# xorg.conf file, but uses a SVC property instead.
#
# Set the property with:
# svccfg -s x11-server setprop options/default_depth=16
# and check it with:
# svcprop -p options/default_depth application/x11/x11-server
#
# To create an xorg.conf file for the S4542 execute the command
# /usr/X11/bin/Xorg -configure
# Then copy /root/xorg.conf.new to /etc/X11/xorg.conf and add the
# following HorizSync and VertRefresh options to the monitor section:
#
# Section "Monitor"
# Identifier "Monitor0"
# VendorName "Monitor Vendor"
# ModelName "Monitor Model"
# HorizSync 20-80
# VertRefresh 50-90
# EndSection
#
# Some articles on the web suggest that changing the driver for the
# card from "trident" into "vesa" will improve the performance. At
# least both drivers seem to work.
#
# The easiest way to test is to ssh into the Fujitsu from another
# system and do:
# /etc/init.d/dtlogin stop
# /etc/init.d/dtlogin start
#
Submitter Company: Sun Microsystems, Inc.
Last Updated: 2006-03-24

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