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> OK, so I then booted from the hard drive and modified /etc/yaboot.conf
> like this:
> Unfortunately when I reboot from the drive this time the monitor is
> not stable. Same bad screen I've been getting.
i assume you ran ybin -v after you changed yaboot.conf ?
also maybe try video=radeonfb:1024x768 without the bit depth or
> Here's what I'm seeing in dmesg:
> vga16fb: initializing
> vga16fb: mapped to 0x000a0000
> fb1: VGA16 VGA frame buffer device
i would remove vga from the kernel, its kinda useless ( at least will
be once you figure the is out, right now it is being used as a fall
> So, why is it in a 720x400 mode?
> A couple of other questions. I'm assuming the 'p' or 'i' in the mode
> names above are progressive vs. interlace? Should I be including that
> in how I describe the name in yaboot.conf?
yes, i do believe that it is progressive and interlaced. you do not
need to specify that in yaboot.conf
> Also, what are the S, V & U at the start of each mode name?
i found the file that explained that once, forgot where it is and
wish i could remember! i want to know myself.
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