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11<version>2.9</version> 11<version>2.10</version>
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225Platform options ---&gt; 225Platform options ---&gt;
226 [ ] Preemptible Kernel 226 [ ] Preemptible Kernel
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230Do not turn off kernel framebuffer support as it is required for a successful
231boot. If you are using an NVIDIA based chipset, you should use the OpenFirmware
232framebuffer. If you are using an ATI based chipset, you should select the
233framebuffer driver based upon your chipset (Mach64, Rage128 or Radeon).
236<pre caption="Chosing a Framebuffer Driver">
237Device Drivers ---&gt;
238 Graphics support ---&gt;
239 &lt;*&gt; Support for frame buffer devices
240 [*] Open Firmware frame buffer device support
241 &lt;*&gt; ATI Radeon display support
242 &lt;*&gt; ATI Rage128 display support
243 &lt;*&gt; ATI Mach64 display support
244 Console display driver support ---&gt;
245 &lt;*&gt; Framebuffer Console support
249If you select more than one framebuffer device, it may default to a less than
250optimal driver. Either use only one framebuffer device or specify which
251to use by passing the driver to use to the kernel on boot such as
230When you're done configuring your kernel, continue with <uri 256When you're done configuring your kernel, continue with <uri
231link="#compiling">Compiling and Installing</uri>. 257link="#compiling">Compiling and Installing</uri>.
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