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Originally Posted by Juan Pablo I one of those kernel compilations I included the nvidia framebuffer and my nvidia drivers didn't work but the console had a great look. Is ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Juan Pablo
    I one of those kernel compilations I included the nvidia framebuffer and my nvidia drivers didn't work but the console had a great look.

    Is the vesafb included by default when you type make xconfig?
    I don't think it is turned on by default. You will have to turn it on yourself I think.

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    Thanks, like a module or built in?
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    If I know I need something, I always just build it in the kernel.

    IMO build it in the kernel. I think you would only build it as a module if you were using an initrd.

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    ah, I read ina book that if you can you should always build most things as a module.

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