[pc110] Linux, X, and glibc2

Jerod E. Tufte (tufte nospam at cig.mot.com)
Wed, 8 Apr 1998 11:07:33 -0500

Ok, who's got their palmtop running Redhat5/Debian2 with X in 256
colors? How did you do it? XFree86 3.1.2 doesn't want to run with my
XFree86 3.3.2 packages. Is the Redhat5 MetroX confirmed to work
correctly? I've got debian2.0, but I'd be willing to fork out the $$$
for the Redhat CD if I can install a working MetroX on my system.

Crazy thing is that XFree 3.3.2 works fine on the external monitor,
just not on the LCD. I did have all this working correctly with
debian 1.3.1 a couple of months ago.

Thanks in advance.


Also, the win31 drivers for the C&T chips I downloaded from their site
just seem to lock my system up. I have a small win partition for
quicken, and 16colors is sorta painful. Any ideas here? I tried the
bios update disk, but although it claims to have updated the bios, no
luck on the C&T win drivers.

Quoting Germann Clark (germannc nospam at mscd.edu):
> Julie, check Amanda Walker's pc110 page. She has a picture of a Sejin
> minikeyboard available through Frys (and elsewhere if you do a search).
> Also, there was a post here about an 84 key IBM through an auction with a
> minimum bid of something like $16.

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