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Re: [Qemu-devel] Re: Windows98 under SUSE 9.2: Only 640*480 in 16 colors
Re: [Qemu-devel] Re: Windows98 under SUSE 9.2: Only 640*480 in 16 colors (SOLVED)
Sat, 27 Nov 2004 18:26:27 +0100
On Friday 26 November 2004 20:26, CP wrote:
> Hetz Ben Hamo <hetzbh <at> gmail.com> writes:
> > I still don't understand - whats wrong with the built in Cirrus Logic
> > driver?
> Good question... it doesn't work OK, nor does any of the Cirrus Logic
> drivers lying around in the Internet, for that matter. Any attempt to put
> the system in a resolution other than 640x480x4bpp (plain old VGA) would
> trigger the following events:
For me, it was the 2nd case...
> For the record, I don't think the problem is strictly in qemu, because the
> SDD driver, although using VESA, is using the Cirrus Logic card (at least I
> haven't switched to bochs'). It might be a problem with the Spanish Win98SE
I've got exactlty the same symptoms with a plain English version
> edition, or some obscure incompatibility in newer kernels (Suse9.2 is
> rather new IIRC, as is FC2).
Mine is Mdk 10.0 OE, but IMO the problem is that there were around many
different adapters with Cirrus 5446 chipset, so maybe the windows driver
doesn't recognize the right one. Anyway, installing the SDD solved the problem
for me also (after a few restarts, of course, but it's Windows ...). This
should be saind in the docs, as it seems that since the Cirrus emulation SDD
is no more required, and anyway that SDD should be used with the Bochs VESA
emulation (-std-vga) only.
Now I'm trying to set up a smb connection with my host, but still without
success. On Mdk the eth0 initialization fails if nothing is connected to the
Ethernet cable, and it seems that without it the smbd doesn't start either,
so this could explain why it's not working for me. I'll try with my laptop
connected to see if anything changes
Thank you for the suggestions