Thu Feb 11 08:28:53 PST 2010
things at intellinuxgraphics.org (i.e., the community). However, there
is another community within Linux users that doesn't want to (or can't)
change kernels at the drop of a hat. It is expected that driver fixes are
made, but not entire kernel change-outs. Some of us are reasonably stuck
on stable versions of SuSE and RedHat, etc, for our work applications
by strict demands of our customers and common sense test regimen.
Regards, Barry Zuckerman, Ph.D.
PS: In my personal work I run mathematics, statistics, and scientific
applications often on OpenSuSE. I like it a lot.
PPS: I'll probably give the new Intel laptop to a Windows user.
On Thu, 11 Feb 2010, Greg KH wrote:
> On Wed, Feb 10, 2010 at 06:06:57PM -0800, Barry Zuckerman wrote:
> > Hi All,
> > This answer is totally unresponsive to the question. Everything else
> > on the i3-330 runs just fine on SuSE Enterprise 11, EXCEPT the video.
> > I'm not asking how to run it with a new kernel. I'm looking to run the
> > X stuff with a modified xorg.conf file, or possibly with a recompiled
> > FBDEV to accomodate the 1366x768 resolution, etc. But, on the same
> > fully supported OS (Linux from SuSE), not some kernel.org uncertified
> > version.
> > Does anyone else have any ideas?
> Contact Novell for support for this, they are the only ones that can
> provide it, the community is not responsible for such things, especially
> when you are running an "enterprise" distribution.
> greg k-h
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