Video board support

I have a Viper 770 (on a DELL) working correctly under Win 200 and Linux (I
mean 3D stuff is supported etc.)

Running QNX, it does not recognize the board and by default the system runs
with a VGA driver

Reding the documentation and clicking on the “advanced” button on the
Graphic dialog boxe I can run using SVGA 1024 768 256 mode. However, 3D
stuff are not yet taken into account.

Going one step further, and using crttrap (in text mode) I receive a core
dump after the program test the TNT driver. In this case I need to reboot
because everything seems freezed.

Finally, using the PCI command I got the folowing output
Class = Display (VGA)
Vendor ID = 10deh, Nvidia Corporation
Device ID = 28h, Riva TNT2 (Pro)
PCI index = 0h
PCI Mem Address = f5000000h enabled
PCI Mem Address = fc000000h enabled
PCI Int Pin = INT A
Interrupt line = 11

For me, this means that the board is based on TNT2 chip and that I could use
a line like
io-graphics -g1024x768x16 -P/usr/photon/palette/vga4.pal
after I click on the advanced button of the graphic dialog box
configuration. However, if I do that then the system freezes.

I hope I provided enough information.If not or if you have any other test in
mind I should run, please let me know. Does some of you already got that
kind of issue with that kind of board, is there a new driver ?

Thanks for your support, Philippe