On Nov 13, 07 18:00:50 -0500, GerbilSoft wrote:
- The VGA output seems to have some issues. The right
side of the screen
isn't fully displayed (it's around 32 pixels off). Also, there's some
~8px-wide columns on the screen that appear to be flickering. These
columns don't appear in <1600x1200, though.
Does this also happen if you use the driver in the non-RandR case
(Option "NoRandr")? Check that you're using exactly the same mode, with
only the VGA active (will probably choose a 60Hz mode otherwise).
With "NoRandr", I get no video on either monitor. I've attached the X log
xorg.norandr.log with NoRandr selected.
You're hitting the same issue as Tigerchen on irc. I'm already debugging
this, I apparently got the initialization order wrong. Please recheck
when I'm done (I'll announce this).
Also, with RandR enabled, I can't seem to enable
the second monitor unless it
was plugged in when X was started. If I try, I get this error:
david(a)gs_laptop.gerbilsoft.gsft ~ $ xrandr --output VGA_CRT1/DAC_A --auto
X Error of failed request: BadMatch (invalid parameter attributes)
Major opcode of failed request: 155 (RANDR)
Minor opcode of failed request: 21 ()
Serial number of failed request: 17
Current serial number in output stream: 17
Bugs in xrandr. It isn't able to unclone crtcs. I pushed some fixes
upstream, and also one fix for RandR base system.
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