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Solaris X86 video driver

Solaris X86 video driver

Solaris X86 video driver

(OP)
Where can I find a video driver for a Toshiba notebook using an S3 Virge (86C260 chipset) video card? Without it we can only run in generic VGA w/16 color...YUCK!!

RE: Solaris X86 video driver

You should be able to download the driver update from

ftp://ftp.uu.net/vendor/sun/sun-doc/x-86-driver

There probably won't be a Toshiba driver per se, but try an S3 Virge driver.

RE: Solaris X86 video driver

(OP)
Still haven't found the right drivers for this adapter. Perhaps more detail would be appropriate. We're working with Solaris 7. Does anyone know if Linux drivers would work with this OS?

RE: Solaris X86 video driver

(OP)
Never found a driver for that board. Went with ATI Xpert99, using the Xpert@Work driver. Seems to be a good combination. Thanks for the feedback.

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