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We develop software for both OS, QNX RTP and QNX4.
I was wander, if the Voodoo3/Banshee is still available for QNX4,
is the only card, whose driver supports multimonitor accelerated mode.
The Voodoo3/Banshee is no longer made, if you really need one you might be
able to find one on a news group somewhere for sale.
We have used ATI Rage128 cards in an accelerated multimonitor setup.
are still available.
Does ATI Rage128 work in QNX4 in an accelerated multimonitor setup? If yes,
how to setup the configuration?
The ATI Rage128 does work in QNX4 with accelerated multimontor setup.
You should get the latest Pg.rage128 from May2001 release or I believe
December2000 graphics beta. Best bet is to get the May2001 CD (or if you
already have a CD, then you can download the archives from here and
use your CD to update it):
The setup is similar to the Banshee and flat. You combine two lines from
the trap file as described in the article.
There is written in the article QNX.000009490 “Configuring dual display for
Photon” the following:
… Prior to Photon 1.14 or with cards other then the Banshee, you can not
use the accelerated mode. …
For QNX RTP we are looking for graphics card with DVI output, whose
supports multimonitor accelerated mode.
You write there is the TVIA Cyberpro5200 available with these features.
the driver for TVIA Cyberpro5200 work in accelerated multimonitor mode?
There is only TVIA Cyberpro 5000 and 5300 in the list I found at this
server. Does the driver support resolution 1280 x 1024 and 1600 x 1200?
There is mentioned only 640 x 480 and 1024 x 768 in the driver
at your web site “QNX RTOS Supported Video Drivers”.
The TVIA Cyberpro 5200 is a PCI card with DVI output. We have not tried
multimonitor setup, as we only have 1 card.
It does not work well above 1024x768 resolution due to hw limitations.
As previously mentioned there may be PCI cards with DVI output that are
but we are not aware of any (so you’ll have to check into that yourself).
If you find one, let us know what it is and we can tell you if our driver
work or not.
Thankyou very much for your anseres.