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

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Sun Jan 20 01:40:33 UTC 2019


--- Comment #28 from Kevin Brace <kevinbrace at gmx.com> ---
xanum, try the new patch I just uploaded to change the VGA detection method.
This should eliminate the false positive detection of VGA, and that should set
the FP screen position correctly.
There is still an issue with this patch (i.e., initial false detection of VGA),
so it has not been pushed into the upstream repository yet.
It is meant to be a short term temporary fix before more permanent solution can
be found.

(In reply to xanum from comment #16)
> Created attachment 143115 [details]
> Xorg Log from patched openchrome 0.6.181
> I have compiled the 0.6.181 driver with your patch in my 1024x600 hp mini
> and installed using 'make install'
> After the reboot, the screen resolution is correctly set to 1024x600, no
> flicker or any other visible problem. Also the standby resume works OK. I'm
> attaching the Xorg log.
> But I see the following problem with the bottom panel: 
> I'm using LXDE with xdm for the login page, also I have a task bar of 50
> pixels high with transparency over a standard LXDE wallpaper. After the
> login page, the taskbar is rendered correctly, but after a few seconds, the
> task bar flickers and the wallpaper seems out of sync in the 24 last pixel
> rows of the screen. Also if I log out and return to the login screen, is
> rendered in a 1024x576 screen and the last 24 pixel rows remain with the
> LXDE wallpaper. In the next attachements I show screenshots with the normal
> screen and the unusual one.
> From reviewing the Xorg Log, I see that the VGA output is detected as
> connected and is set to a 1024x576 (exactly the 24 pixel rows that are the
> problem). I don't have any monitor connected to the VGA output. Could be
> this the problem?
> Best regards

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