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    SubjectRe: gma500: Cannot find any crtc or sizes - going 1024x768
    2012/6/12 Christian Gmeiner <christian.gmeiner@gmail.com>:
    > 2012/6/12 Alan Cox <alan@lxorguk.ukuu.org.uk>:
    >>> Was there a special reason for 0x4108 to be left out in the IS_MRST macro?
    >>> To me it looks like the bitmask should have been updated in commit:
    >>>
    >>> gma500: Add the E6xx PCI identifier we are missing
    >>> 56125db1eecf8d34d84f7925686110d90724edf0
    >>>
    >>> If this is the case, I'll send a proper patch since this also applies to
    >>> stable 3.3.x and 3.4.x
    >>
    >> Firstly it should never matter - there are no Moorestown devices in
    >> circulation. E600T is very similar to Oaktrail.
    >>
    >> So the real question here seems to be why does the IS_MRST macro matter.
    >> What weird firmware is involved here ?
    >
    > My company is using these cpu bords for our products:
    > http://www.congatec.com/en/products/qseven/dView/conga-qa6.html
    >
    > With firmware you mean BIOS or VBios or ...? If you tell me what you need, I may
    > ask our supplier for more informations. I can tell you that the
    > following options can be
    > changed in the BIOS regarding gfx - see
    > https://www.dropbox.com/s/btlciurz0ih4fhu/IMG_20120612_143431.jpg
    >

    Here are some more informations. There seems to be a scaling problem.
    If i compare gma500 and the vesa framebuffer driver I see that gma500 shows
    the desktop "scaled" up --> not the whole desktop is on the screen. It
    gets better
    if i remove the video="..." parameter from kernel cmdline, but it
    still is too big for
    the screen.

    I really would love to get this beast up an running... so I will
    provide as much informations
    as needed - just ask :)

    ---
    Christian Gmeiner, MSc


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