[PATCH] drm/edid: Try harder to fix up base EDID blocks

Adam Jackson ajax at redhat.com
Tue Apr 24 11:56:05 PDT 2012

On 4/16/12 10:40 AM, Adam Jackson wrote:
> Requiring the first byte of the EDID base block header to be 0 means we
> don't fix up as many transfer errors as we could.  Instead have the
> callers specify whether it's meant to be block 0 or not, and
> conditionally run header fixup based on that.

Anybody?  This appears to be a pretty common form of EDID corruption.

- ajax

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