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Wed Jun 24 22:54:02 1998
diff -u --recursive --new-file v2.1.108/linux/Documentation/svga.txt linux/Documentation/svga.txt
@@ -70,7 +70,7 @@
The mode list usually contains a few basic modes and some VESA modes. In
case your chipset has been detected, some chipset-specific modes are shown as
well (some of these might be missing or unusable on your machine as different
-BIOSs are often shipped with the same card and the mode numbers depend purely
+BIOSes are often shipped with the same card and the mode numbers depend purely
on the VGA BIOS).
The modes displayed on the menu are partially sorted: The list starts with
@@ -139,8 +139,8 @@
If you add 0x8000 to the mode ID, the program will try to recalculate
vertical display timing according to mode parameters, which can be used to
-eliminate some annoying bugs of certain VGA BIOSs (usually those used for
-cards with S3 chipsets and old Cirrus Logic BIOSs) -- mainly extra lines at the
+eliminate some annoying bugs of certain VGA BIOSes (usually those used for
+cards with S3 chipsets and old Cirrus Logic BIOSes) -- mainly extra lines at the
end of the display.
@@ -179,7 +179,7 @@
top of the menu).
CONFIG_VIDEO_400_HACK - force setting of 400 scan lines for standard VGA
-modes. This option is intended to be used on certain buggy BIOSs which draw
+modes. This option is intended to be used on certain buggy BIOSes which draw
some useless logo using font download and then fail to reset the correct mode.
Don't use unless needed as it forces resetting the video card.
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