[REGRESSION] i915: No HDMI output with 4.4
oleksandr at natalenko.name
Mon Feb 22 12:32:32 UTC 2016
any additional info I could provide? I have to return dual-link DVI
cable back, so let me know if I could reveal more details if necessary.
16.02.2016 14:54, Daniel Vetter написав:
> On Tue, Feb 16, 2016 at 12:58:56PM +0200, Oleksandr Natalenko wrote:
>> Ville, Daniel,
>> I've just got another monitor and another DVI-HDMI cable, and here
>> what I've
>> ===Single Link DVI-D cable with 3 different monitors===
>> Computer DVI ——— DVI-D (Single Link)/HDMI cable ——— HDMI LG 23MP65HQ-P
>> not working
> I presume the above LG screen is what you've called previously "old
>> Computer DVI ——— DVI-D (Single Link)/HDMI cable ——— HDMI LG 23MP67HQ-P
>> not working
>> Computer DVI ——— DVI-D (Single Link)/HDMI cable ——— HDMI LG 23MP55HQ-P
>> ===Dual Link DVI-D cable with monitor that doesn't work with Single
>> Computer DVI ——— DVI-D (Dual Link)/HDMI cable ——— HDMI LG 23MP65HQ-P
> Funky. Can you pls grab the debug logs (with the special patches from
> Ville) for this case? I wonder why suddenly different cable and it
> Also: Is this one of these older-ish screens where you must have a
> dual-link cable to drive it at full resolution&refresh rate?
>> ===Laptop with HDMI output===
>> Laptop HDMI ——— HDMI/HDMI cable ——— HDMI LG 23MP65HQ-P === works!
>> I'd say that single link DVI cables are broken with new kernel, but
>> one of
>> monitors could work with such a cable. So I have no idea :(.
>> 15.02.2016 17:42, Daniel Vetter wrote:
>> >The other downside is that it'll make us non-compliant, which was the
>> >point of this entire ordeal: HDMI spec forbids us from starting any i2c
>> >transactions when the hpd isn't signalling a present screen.
>> >So maybe we need to buy one of these broken screens.
>> >Oleksandr, what exact model are you using? And any chance that you could
>> >test this on some other machine with intel gfx and latest kernel, just to
>> >make sure this really is some issue with the sink and not with the machine
>> >itself? And I guess you've tested with some other hdmi sink, and that
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