QUOTE(anunakin @ Jan 4 2006, 01:57 PM)
There is no attribute memory as there was never anything
written into the PCMCIA standard for a VGA device.
The device operates as a standard VGA device - init sequences
are no different than a ISA 5422 video adapter.
I just purchased one in a strong belief that it could work after a bit of coding. This note above is valid for PCMCIA version, not for CF.
I have already ported Xipaq driver to the latest Angstrom snapshot. You can ignore the message "Found Voyager VGA card", it means nothing. Voyager VGA is simpy anonymous undetectable card (no CIS attribute memory), and the driver blindly assumes Voyager VGA whenever HP VGA detection fails. I even don't know the correct power voltage.
I just dismantled it. It contains confidential chip (with label removed by the solvent), which can be anything but Cirrus Logic GD5422 - as far as I know, it had never any version with integrated memory and I see no RAM chip.
I plan to port SuperProbe for CF slot. If it does not detect the chip, I'll probably give it up.
Here is a high-res photo of the internals: Internals of Colorgraphic Voyager CF VGA