Note that the ” -bpp ” option has been removed and replaced with a ” -depth ” and ” -fbbpp ” option because of the confusion between the depth and number of bits per pixel used to represent to framebuffer and the pixmaps in the screens memory. This is a driver limitation that might be relaxed in the future. You are probably using a dot clock that is too high or too low ; it is also possible that there is interference with a close MCLK. The ct supports dual-head display. Some machines that are known to need these options include. The order of precedence is Display, Screen, Monitor, Device.

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For other screen drawing related problems, try the ” NoAccel ” or one of the XAA acceleration options discussed above. Many LCD displays are incapable of using a 24bpp mode. The x and WinGine chipsets are capable of colour depths of 16 tecjnologies 24bpp.

It’s entirely possible the video RAM is bad.

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In addition the device, screen and layout sections of the ” xorg. We recommend ad you try and pick a mode that is similar to a standard VESA mode. The Xorg X server, allows the user to do damage to their hardware with software with old monitors which may not tolerate bad display settings.

For this reason, the maximum colour depth and resolution that can be supported in a dual channel mode will be reduced compared to a single display channel mode. Would anyone happen to have any advice or leads on the matter? However this version of the Chips and Technologies driver has many new features and bug fixes that might make users prefer to use this version.


In this way PseudoColor and TrueColor visuals can be used on the same screen. The lower half of the screen is not technolgoies. In fact the timing for the flat panel are dependent on the specification of the panel itself and are independent of the particular mode chosen.

An 8bpp one and a 16bpp one. I found a package for WFWG3.

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Worst case scenario, i wonder if i could load in a low profile graphics card that’s less trouble and get it to play ball with the internal LCD. The servers solution to this problem is not to do doubling vertically. Some machines that are known to need these options include.

Do you have any means of determining how much video memory your machine have? This also gives more memory bandwidth for use in the drawing operations. There is the limit of the maximum dotclock the video processor can handle, and there is another limitation of the available memory bandwidth.

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Which results in the x mode only expanded to x In its current form, X can not take advantage of this second display channel. This option, selects an 18 bit TFT bus. This information will be invaluable in debugging any problems. The correct options to start the server with these modes are.


Leaving too little memory available for the 655500 will only have a detrimental effect on the graphics techjologies. So using this option disables the XVideo extension.

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The user can force the panel timings to be recalculated from the modeline with this option. Hardware cursors effectively speeds all graphics operations as the job of ensuring that the cursor remains on top is now given to the hardware.

This shouldn’t affect higher depths, and is fixable with a chhips to the virtual console and back. It also reduces the effect of cursor flashing during graphics operations. You are using a mode that your screen cannot handle. The xx MMIO mode has been implemented entirely from the manual as I don’t have the hardware to test it on.

It is possible to force the server to identify a particular chip with this option. It is also possible that with a high dot clock and depth on a large screen there is very little bandwidth left for using the BitBLT engine.