[openchrome-devel] [Bug 107412] HPmini 2133 wrong resolution on openchrome v0.6 (1024x768 instead of 1024x600)

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Mon Dec 31 21:34:42 UTC 2018


--- Comment #10 from Kevin Brace <kevinbrace at gmx.com> ---
I will need to take back the previous statement.
I did make a patch for 1024 x 600 FP without EDID, but when I use this, it then
causes problems with my 1280 x 768 FP, particularly involving standby resume.
At this point, I am not sure when this bug can be fixed.
Looking at the Xorg.0.log posted by gabbo, it appears that gabbo's 1024 x 600
FP is from LG Display and supports EDID.
Although not with X Server 1.19, but I have observed unreliable I2C behavior
with older X Servers (around 1.7 or 1.11).
I am not sure why the original poster was having this issue.

(In reply to sm8ps from comment #5)
> In your November 25th blog entry you mention that you would still like to
> fix this bug but unfortunately the original poster has not responded so far.
> I have exactly the same issue and also the European style 1024x600 hardware.
> I would be glad to step in and help testing. The HP Mini 2133 runs Xorg 1.19
> on dCore-Bionic which is Tinycore Linux with Ubuntu 18.04 packages.
> So far I have tried to manually force 1024x600 resolution via xrandr with
> modelines obtained by cvt. However that changes things to the worse by
> stretching instead of compressing vertically, thereby hiding even more of
> the desktop. The same when using the xorg.conf as provided by user gabbo
> from comment 3. Forcing 1024x480 resolution makes the screen repeat the top
> portion in the lower part.
> I shall attach the output of lspci -vvnn again.

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