Am Montag, den 19.11.2007, 20:19 +0100 schrieb Luc Verhaegen:
On Sat, Oct 27, 2007 at 07:49:41PM +0200, Mark
2.) On a Sony Bravia 720p Panel (native resolution 1366 x 768) it
basically works but cuts off a few pixels left and right (i guess its
cutted down to 1280, xorg.log attached).
The monitor only reports 1280x768.
Let me provide you with some especially tailored xorg.conf stuff to work
Add the following monitor section:
Option "ReducedBlanking" "True"
Option "NoDDC" "True"
Add the following line to the "Device" section for the radeonhd driver:
Option "UseConfiguredMonitor" "True"
In the Screen section, reference your monitor:
Provide only the following mode in the "Display" subsection for your
This will hopefully have the driver:
* Ignore ddc and use only the configured monitor.
* Autogenerate an exact 1366x768 mode (not 1360 or 1368) with reduced
blanking. (There is no other driver out there which will do this btw).
* And this mode should survive all modevalidation thanks to the provided
If your monitor allows this mode through its VGA input, then this will
SUSE/Novell X Driver Developer and Modesetting wizard.
I've the same setup here. Pundit with RS690 and a Sony Bravia Panel.
Due the manual of the Bravia the highest resolution using the VGA-Input
is 1280x768. to get the full resolution of 1366x768 you have to connect
your pundit with an HDMI-cable, but i don't know if the radeonhd
supports the output through the hdmi-connector.
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