backporting xserver-xorg-video-intel 1.9.94 + xorg 1.3rc5, usage report
emisca.ml at gmail.com
Tue Apr 10 12:56:12 PDT 2007
I still have to test well xrandr 1.2 and gnome. For now I tested only
KDE 3.5.6, and I noticed crashes, strange window movements, mad
panels, when I activated a second screen on the fly.
I've seen the soc ideas pages for both gnome and xorg, there is a lot
of work to do.........
I can confirm that the monitor doesn't power on when it's powered off
by dpms, like with 1.7.2 driver version, and that's good!
2007/4/10, Brice Goglin <Brice.Goglin at ens-lyon.org>:
> emisca wrote:
> > xrandr 1.2 is really a dream that become true... but perhaps there is
> > no application support by gnome and kde. The geometry of X changes but
> > the window manager doesn't read the changes or it's not notified. Do
> > you know if there are workarounds for this?
> I have been running Gnome 2.14 (the one in Etch) on top of the Xorg
> packages from Debian/experimental on a i945 chipset for a while.
> Resizing or rotating XRandR 1.2 works very well and Gnome's behavior is
> fine. The only problem I remember of is about rotation with XRandR 1.1
> (https://bugs.freedesktop.org/show_bug.cgi?id=9973) but I don't think
> it's related to Gnome.
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