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Macintosh X11 Setup questions
- To: misc_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org
- Subject: Macintosh X11 Setup questions
- From: Robert Lee <rlee1_(_at_)_mindspring_(_dot_)_com>
- Date: Mon, 15 Mar 1999 09:38:58 -0500
I'm trying to get an Xserver working in color on my Macintosh Centris
using its internal video. I've just installed OpenBSD v 2.4 with all of
latest X software. X works properly in monochrome if I set the system to
that before booting into OpenBSD.
I'm attempting to use the Xmac68k server module. The man page for
actually shows headers for another program (XmacII) that is not included
the distribution that I got. The man page also indicates that the
DOES support color.
When I boot with 8-bit color I see the following monitor-specific info
intvid0 at obio0: DAFB Monitor sense 1.
intvid0: 640 x 480, 256 color
grf0 at intvid0
ite0 at grf0 (minimal console)
If I try to run Xmac68k with that setup I get:
Fatal server error:
I don't support color screens!
Can anyone in the know tell me: Does Xmac68k support color on my
at all, or is the man page wrong. I've attempted to locate updated
software through XFree86, but I cannot find any Macintosh-specific
in the OpenBSD/m68k sections.
- Robert Lee
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