Ati Radeon Mobility 9000 2 port from Colorgraphics question
alexdeucher at gmail.com
Mon Sep 13 12:50:34 PDT 2004
On Mon, 13 Sep 2004 14:33:01 -0400, Kaczmarek, Thaddeus
<tkaczmar at crownfin.com> wrote:
> I was testing a Colorgraphics two port card based upon ATI Radeon
> Mobility 9000 M9. Its Bus id's show up as
> (2:2:0) unknown card (0x130b/0x2512) using a ATI Technologies Inc Radeon
> R250 Lf [Radeon Mobility 9000 M9]
> (2:2:1) unknown card (0x130b/0x2513) using a ATI Technologies Inc Radeon
> R250 Ln [Radeon Mobility 9000 M9] [Secondary]
pay no attention to the secondary PCI id. it's just a placeholder for
the windows drivers. when configuring multihead just use the primary
id for both devices.
> I am unable to get two display working on this card, both video outputs
> do work but the displays are duplicates of other.
> Is their any way to get two individual outputs on this card?
> Other Colorgraphics based on cirrus I was able to get to work fine.
> The big difference appears to be they differentiate on
> the Device id where as these cards differentiate on the Fuction id.
> Is this a bug ,an rfe type request, or a pilot error.
> Testing on Intel D845 with Fedora Core 2.
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