I could also install the most recent Kernel on my machine but I think it would be difficult to update the X-Server and other required components I’ll be on vacation from Thursday until Sunday, 18th. In reply to comment 23 2. This register should be written even if the actual contents did not change to allow the holding registers to move to the active registers on the next VBLANK. For me it looks like the chance that resolution switching does not work is a little bit higher when I use krandrtray instead of xrandr.
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Could somebody please check whether there’s at least a chance to fix it, or it would be more wise to purchase another graphics adapter? Moving this to the kernel. However, with the acer monitor, I just made captivs 20 mode switches and I did not experience any problems. Is it the same as the first PC? Jeremy Foshee jeremyfoshee on What happens when I have an item in my cart but it is less than the eligibility threshold?
Chris Halse Rogers raof wrote on I presume that I’m reading it incorrectly, since the cursor appears to update fine without doing that. Reverting to the previous mode didn’t work anymore. Please try “xrandr -q –verbose” and then switch through all available modes.
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I also tested the given kernel on a Fujitsu-Siemens Esprimo E and it looks good. I suspect that the resolution changes are only a part of this problem.
Did you use krandrtray or xrandr? I’ll send this off to Eric with the tested-by, thanks!
With xrandr I could successfully revert to the previous working mode by blindly using the bash history. Perhaps there’s a bug in krandrtray, because even if the graphics doesn’t crash, xaptiva window sizes are not adjusted to the new resolution in contrast to xrandr.
What’s it HW configuration? Please add the boot option of “drm. When the kdrandrtray icon is on the bottom right, the graphic crashes.
I have the same problem with System environment: At least some modes e1902ww are shown by “xrandr -q –verbose” are “bad”. The next step would seem to be to test disabling the cursor around modesetting. Hmm, should check with sparse more often I guess. Yup, just disabling the cursor around modesetting works. Fiddling with the cursor code does indeed make a difference.
Leann Ogasawara leannogasawara on Could you test the kernels at the URL below and confirm whether they work ok for you:. I will check with the Captiva monitor as soon as I get my hands on it again. I hope I can continue testing caltiva next days and can give you the result end of this week.
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However, I guess I am missing something in my kernel configuration, because I see far less drm output than in the log file in comment