18/24 bit LVDS output with "i810" or "intel" driver
jjj at gmx.de
Fri May 2 04:05:06 PDT 2008
we use embedded boards (Kontron KEEX-4000) with the Intel 852GM graphics chip
for some cash register device. It has a 24 bit TFT display with LVDS input.
Our pilot lot worked good so far.
Lately, the board vendor delivered the first regular lot, which had only
support for 18 bit LVDS display in the BIOS. So the 24 bit display is too
dark, as it only gets 25% saturation from the board. I know this is the board
vendor's fault, but I'm a little in the hurry so I don't want to wait several
weeks until we get an updated BIOS. So my question:
Is there any quick and dirty hack to enable the 24 bit LVDS serializing at
least in the i810/intel xorg driver? The 852GM chip supports it, says its
I could apply a patch, even develop one myself. I just need some in-deep
Ich vertonne Spam immer in /dev/dsp statt in /dev/null.
Ich mag die Schreie.
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