Supported at 8bpp, 16bpp and 24bpp. Fixed set of clocks. There seems to be a restriction to the mode timings at 24bpp; the last horizontal number (HTotal) must be divisible by 4 but not by 8. If the modeline is wrong, the colors would be incorrect. The driver automatically corrects the mode timing.
Supported at 8bpp, 16bpp and 24bpp. Fixed set of clocks. The same restrictions above exist for the 24bpp mode. Problems with textmode restoration have been reported on some OS's.
Supported at 8bpp, 16bpp and 32bpp. Fixed set of clocks. Problems with textmode restoration have been reported on some OS's.
This may also apply to other cards with the ICS5342, such as the Diamond Stealth 64 Graphics 2001. Use RAMDAC "ics5342". Programmable clockchip (don't specify any Clocks lines). Supported at 8bpp, 16bpp and 32bpp. 32bpp has been reported not to work. This configuration has not been tested with a post-3.2 server.
If are having driver-related problems that are not addressed by this document, you can try contacting the XFree86 team (the current driver maintainer can be reached at H.Hanemaayer@inter.nl.net), or post in the Usenet newsgroup comp.windows.x.i386unix.
In fact, reports (success or failure) are very welcome, especially on configurations that have not been tested. You can do this via the bug report form (or send mail to XFree86@XFree86.org). You may want to keep an eye on forthcoming beta releases at the XFree86 web site.
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