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hi everybody, i have a linux suse 9.1 professional, and soon i got my TFT display, which does not support VGA mode. I changed the Driver setting in the XF86Config ...
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    VESA VGA mode problem


    hi everybody, i have a linux suse 9.1 professional, and soon i got my TFT display, which does not support VGA mode. I changed the Driver setting in the XF86Config to vesa, and it removed the message ?vga mode not support?, but i can't remove the message from my console (ctrl+alt+F1-F6) and also from the login screen ;o( please tell me what else should i do to fix it? Thanx in advance!

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    does xfree86 run correctly and everything? is this just a reoccuring messag, or does the monitor avtualy not work.
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    yes, xfree86 runs perfect with no message (thanks god) but during the system load and on the login screen ... also when i use the consoles (ctrl+alt+F1-F6) the message is there ... and makes me angry ;o) ... now i'm considering to recompile my kernel, perhaps that can help?

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