Mathias Homann composed on 2021-05-08 15:58 (UTC+0200):
Am Samstag, 8. Mai 2021, 08:29:52 CEST schrieb Felix
> Andrei Borzenkov composed on 2021-05-08 08:58
>> Try video=1920x1080 kernel option.
> IME, that will only pass through from framebuffers
to X if xf86-video-intel
> is in use by Xorg. Otherwise, it will only apply on the framebuffers.
that should work out just fine - the laptop has intel
and nvidia chips and I
plan to set it up with the intel chip as primary display and nvidia through
I'll give that a try ... once my new USB hub
arrtives, the laptop also does
not have "old" osb connectors, only usb-c / thunderbolt.
Likely you'll also need a config file containing:
in /etc/X11/xorg.conf.d/, e.g. 25-intel.conf or 50-intel.conf. For most Intel
IGPs, modesetting became the functional default X driver long ago.
xf86-video-intel hasn't had an official release in something like 8 years, in part
because of the development of the modesetting DIX.
Optimus is another wrinkle that I suppose could get in the way of success.
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