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Cédric L.
Occasional Contributor

Graphic drivers

Hi,
I search witch video driver can I use for Ubuntu (the last version) for a server ML 150 G3?

Regards,
C.L

Bonjour,

Je recherche quels pilotes je dois utiliser pour un serveur ML150 G3 sur la derniere version d'ubuntu?

Cordialement,
C. L.
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Steven E. Protter
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Re: Graphic drivers

Shalom,

I'd let Ubuntu pick the video driver.

Is there a problem, please describ it.

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Cédric L.
Occasional Contributor

Re: Graphic drivers

Hi,

The resolution of screen maximum is of 640x480. I cannot better put.

Stuart Browne
Honored Contributor

Re: Graphic drivers

I don't have access to one of these, so can you give us an output of 'lspci' ? It'll tell us what video chipset is in use.
One long-haired git at your service...
Cédric L.
Occasional Contributor

Re: Graphic drivers

this is the output fo 'lspci' command...

Matrox?!? :)
Mike Stroyan
Honored Contributor

Re: Graphic drivers

It looks like it is using the vesa driver right now. It could use the mga driver.

There was a rather recent patch that added the mapping of that pci id to the mga driver. Perhaps this system was originally installed with a pre-feisty version of pci id mapping which didn't configure the mga driver for that device.
https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/ubuntu-patches/2007-May/007564.html

You can look in /etc/X11/xorg.conf and try changing vesa to mga. You could also check in xorg.conf to make sure that the Modes lines include "1280x1024" and/or "1024x768" sizes.