>Which fb driver did you build into the kernel? Is it specific to your
video hardware, as opposed to vesafb?
When I was trying it on Linux, I built the radeon fb driver into the
kernel and made sure to remove vesafb. I was able to boot to an fb
console on the multisync monitor, but everything was garbled on the TV.
I tried a whole bunch of different kernel options in grub, but nothing
Eventually I gave up on Linux (at least temporarily). Right now I'm just
booting to DOS 6.22 because I was told that the DOS version of AdvMAME
has all the required drivers built in.
But as I said, I don't think the problem has anything to do with the
computer, OS, drivers, video card, or TV. I think the defaults inside
advcfg are wrong.
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