MGA: implementing support for G550 dual-dvi
tilman at code-monkey.de
Tue Jan 2 07:33:46 PST 2007
I'm trying to implement support for G550's dual dvi feature in the MGA
driver. It seems I got it figured out mostly:
The G450 DH code that is in the driver now (mga_dh.c) works for dual-dvi
in general. Differences are that the 2nd TMDS uses the video PLL
(VID_PLL) for timing. Our driver miscalculates the PLL parameters for
that one, but once you fix them up and power on the 2nd TMDS, you get a
picture on the 2nd head.
The issue that remains is that when I enable CRTC2, the image on the
second head is always misaligned.
Say the expected picture is this:
It's off by zero pixels horizontally and zero pixels vertically.
Now when I enable CRTC2, I get a random offset both horizontally and
vertically. So I might get this eg:
|789| or |654| or ...
The framebuffer is set up correctly, there's no distortions or any
other weirdness in the displayed image except this one.
This is also reproducable with Matrox' official drivers. When I try to
disable and re-enable CRTC2 with my code, I get the same misalignments.
Which means it's not some register that just isn't initialized at all.
Does that look familiar to anyone? Any ideas what this could be related
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