[Intel-gfx] Interlaced mode on intel Clarkdale only colored stripes

Atechsystem Atechsystem at freenet.de
Mon Feb 13 20:05:14 CET 2012

> Von: Paulo Zanoni [mailto:przanoni at gmail.com]
>Maybe the best tree to test is this:

I will compile it now. Before I used the drm-intel-next branch. I downloaded
the latest tar.gz file and didn't use git to checkout the branch.

>Rodrigo Vivi [mailto:rodrigo.vivi at gmail.com]
>The git repo is right, but are you sure you are using the
remotes/origin/interlaced branch?
>It is strange that you couldn't see any interlace mode without using the
handmade modeline. 

No chance to select it directly. I 've no clue to select it by standard lxde

-----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
Von: Paulo Zanoni [mailto:przanoni at gmail.com] 
Gesendet: Montag, 13. Februar 2012 19:56
An: Atechsystem
Cc: Intel Graphics Development
Betreff: Re: [Intel-gfx] Interlaced mode on intel Clarkdale only colored

2012/2/13 Atechsystem <Atechsystem at freenet.de>:
> I compiled it from here: git://people.freedesktop.org/~danvet/drm

Did you change to the "interlaced" branch?

Maybe the best tree to test is this:

(repository is drm-intel and branch is drm-intel-next-queued).

> I added for example:
> Modeline    "1920x1080 at 50i"     74.25 1920 2448 2492 2640 1080 1084 
> 1094
> 1124 interlace +hsync +vsync
> Without a modeline I can't select interlace modes. Only 60Hz, 50Hz, 
> 30Hz, 25Hz and 24Hz.

This should not be needed. If you have the correct branch, you don't need
any configuration tweak: just boot the machine, plug a monitor that supports
interlaced modes, and "xrandr --verbose" will show you some interlaced

Please confirm that you are using the correct branch first. Use "git log" or
"git branch" commands to check.

Paulo Zanoni

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