[rescue] FW: Voyager framebuffer?
IanK at vulcan.com
Wed Oct 6 02:28:51 CDT 2010
As I replied to someone else, I think I'm going to have to open up the machine
and see if there's a part number on the framebuffer board that will help cast
some light on this. Maybe it's a late model with a prototype FB? Not sure,
but I installed 2.5.1 and still no finding the framebuffer driver. -- Ian
From: rescue-bounces at sunhelp.org [rescue-bounces at sunhelp.org] On Behalf Of
Walter Belgers [walter+rescue at belgers.com]
Sent: Tuesday, October 05, 2010 11:42 PM
To: The Rescue List
Subject: Re: [rescue] FW: Voyager framebuffer?
On 6 okt 2010, at 06:16, Ian King wrote:
>> On 10/05/2010 11:54 PM, Ian King wrote:
>>> Mine is monochrome, and the sbus probe in OpenBoot shows it as a
Interesting. I have a b/w Voyagers, which claims to have a bwtwo. It runs
stock Solaris 2.6.
> I guess I should feel fortunate - I have the unit, keyboard, mouse, AC
> battery unit, the end piece for when you're not using the AC and all the
> cables. When I got it, the display had a broken backlight and the NVRAM
> dead. I was very fortunate to find a new display on eBay, and the NVRAM
> was available from (ISTR) Mouser and went in easily (socketed, even!). I
> one extra memory card, for a total of 48MB. Oh, I have the carry bag, too.
> It runs fine from the command line, but I can't get the GUI to start up, in
> either Solaris 2.6 or NetBSD 5.0.2.
Then I am lucky too :-) I am a bit disappointed of not having the colour
version, but at least I have the original compact keyboard and the carry bag
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