kdrive and Xati
dominatus at gmail.com
Mon Jun 20 15:49:09 PDT 2005
Both Xati and Xvesa say they support 1400x1050, but only Xvesa will actually
work with it specified. How would I go about "loading the radeon framebuffer
On 6/20/05, Eric Anholt <eta at lclark.edu> wrote:
> On Sun, 2005-06-19 at 11:27 -0400, Anthony Romano wrote:
> > So I normally run kdrive (Xvesa) because Xati would never scale up to
> > 1400x1050 for me (my TFT's native res). However, when looking through
> > the kdrive changelog I saw this from last year
> > 2004-07-22 Keith Packard <keithp at keithp.com>
> > reviewed by: <delete if not using a buddy>
> > * hw/kdrive/ati/ati.c: (ATISetOffscreen), (ATISetPitch),
> > (ATIRandRSetConfig), (ATIPreserve), (ATIRestore), (ATIEnable):
> > * hw/kdrive/ati/ati.h:
> > * hw/kdrive/ati/ati_cursor.c: (RadeonLoadCursor),
> > (ATIUnloadCursor), (ATICursorEnable):
> > * hw/kdrive/ati/ati_reg.h:
> > Correct pitch so that accelerator can run on 1400x1050 screens.
> > Add a few more register sets for cursors.
> > Is there any way to get Xati running at 1400x1050? When I try to set
> > it with the -screen flag it defaults to 800x600. Thanks.
> Which resolution ends up getting chosen when you specify a certain
> width/height is determined by the list of modes VESA offers you. If
> you're using VESA, I would recommend loading the radeon framebuffer
> driver. (And if you're using framebuffer, maybe try removing it and
> letting kdrive's VESA support take over, just to see).
> That commit involved munging the pitch so that BIOSes that set up the
> screen poorly don't result in no acceleration to the screen being
> possible. It's unrelated to selecting which mode is used.
> Eric Anholt eta at lclark.edu
> http://people.freebsd.org/~anholt/ anholt at FreeBSD.org
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