[Intel-gfx] "acid mode" on 965+KMS at resume
eric at anholt.net
Wed Feb 25 10:14:31 PST 2009
On Wed, 2009-02-25 at 18:00 +0100, Pierre Willenbrock wrote:
> Yves-Alexis Perez schrieb:
> > Hi,
> > I'm not sure it's completely KMS-related, but I'm testing KMS on my
> > thinkpad t61, and it works better and better these days. I still have
> > problems at resume: it's like if the thinkpad too acid:
> > http://molly.corsac.net/~corsac/thinkpad-acid.jpg
> > I'm using:
> > Linux: linux-2.6/master + drm-2.6/drm-fixes merged
> > xserver: 126.96.36.1992
> > xf86-video-intel: master with 2013799b20599a58de48cb21a5a389e898a58af1
> > reverted (I don't have the headers installed in /usr/include/linux)
> > I'm suspending from X, with:
> > echo mem > /sys/power/state
> > It suspends fine, and at resume the console is first displayed green,
> > then it switches back to X wich is colored like linked above, and X is
> > freezed. I can't do anything (but iirc the box is reachable via ssh).
> > I'm not sure how to debug further.
> i am seeing the same, minus X-freezing. Actually, suspend to ram works
> quite well except for the color-mess.
> This problem is caused by i915_restore_vga restoring the vga palette
> after i915_restore_palette restores the per-pipe palettes, with the
> VGACNTRL-register setup to write to the palettes of both pipes, but
> reading from the disabled pipe A(thus reading garbage/uninitialized data
> at suspend time).
> Restoring the VGA-palette when the same is done using
> i915_restore_palette (at least according to the i965gm-docs) seems to me
> to be superfluous.
> Attached patch removes the restore logic for VGA palettes.
> Alternatively, one could move the i915_restore_palette calls after the
> i915_restore_vga call.
Give me an excuse to not touch VGA registers, and I'll take it. Thanks!
eric at anholt.net eric.anholt at intel.com
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