Intel graphics driver -- thanks!
nlidakis at verizon.net
Tue Feb 13 08:46:42 PST 2007
Keith Packard wrote:
> On Tue, 2007-02-13 at 02:41 -0500, Nick Lidakis wrote:
>> May I ask which Intel board and ADD2 card you are using? Have you tried
>> S3 suspend-to-ram with that combo?
> We actually bought pretty much every ADD2 card we could find; they all
> have the same chip on them for DVI output (SiI 1364, iirc). Plus, we
> bought a box full of the DG965MQ BTX boards with on-board DVI output.
> We've plugged the ADD2 cards into several different machines, with both
> 945 and 965 graphics engines. I've tried several of these combinations
> at 1600x1200, but haven't kept a careful record as it hasn't failed for
> quite a while.
Thanks for that info!
> If you're finding a persistant problem at higher resolutions, I can look
> into incorporating that kind of testing into our regular testing
> procedure, but having more precise information about the failure you're
> seeing (Xorg log files to capture the register settings and mode used,
> and the monitor make and model information) might help identify the
> source of trouble.
> Part of that normal testing routine is to exercise S3 suspend, and I
> haven't heard of any issues there of late. I'll see if I can't get that
> testing reported on the intellinuxgraphics.org testing page.
The reason I ask is that I would like to ditch my current AMD/Nvidia
combo for an Intel board with integrated graphics and DVI --on board or
via ADD2. Most importantly, I would like to have a desktop machine that
can S3 reliably without video or data corruption.
Besides normal testing of S3 suspend, do you use personally S3 suspend
on a regular basis? If so, can you comment on your experiences?
Thanks you for the info.
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