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31.8.2. Video Card

Probe for video card driver is selected by default. Accept this default to have the installation program probe for the video card during installation. Probing works for most modern video cards. If this option is selected and the installation program cannot successfully probe the video card, the installation program stops at the video card configuration screen. To continue the installation process, select the driver for your video card from the list and click Next .
Alternatively, you can select the video card driver from the list on the Video Card tab as shown in Figure 31.12, “X Configuration - Video Card”. Specify the amount of video RAM the selected video card has from the Video Card RAM pulldown menu. These values are used by the installation program to configure the X Window System.
X Configuration - Video Card
X Configuration for Kickstart
Figure 31.12. X Configuration - Video Card

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