Problem installing fedora core3 x86-64
kcmanny at gmail.com
Mon Mar 21 14:29:55 UTC 2005
On Sat, 19 Mar 2005 20:44:42 -0800, Miaosen <wangmiaosen at hotmail.com> wrote:
> I need to use Linux to do my final project, but I'm having trouble to
> install the fedora core3 x86-64 on my computer.
> I use the boot CD to boot up the computer, and everything goes well to the
> point that it detecting the hardwares. The problem is my screen displays
> some noise images(color lines,etc), and I can't continue the intallation. I
> noticed that it says the monitor type is: Unknown Monitor. So does that
> mean the OS doesn't support my monitor? Or could it be a problem with my
> video card?
> My computer:
> CPU: AMD Athlon 64
> Monitor: Acer AL1913 (19"LCD)
> Video card: GeForce NX6600
> Thank you very much.
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I'm running FC3_x86-64 myself on a Gateway (7422GX) notebook with a
15.4" Ultrabright TFT WXGA display. Since I didn't see my display on
the list I ended up just using the generic LCD display and then I
modified my xorg.conf file. After you do your install there are
several sites you can hit up for 64 bit drivers. From what I've been
reading, Nvidia has much better support than ATi for 64bit Linux so
you're a l'il luckier than I am!
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