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SubjectRe: Kernel 2.6.9: i810 video
On Thu, 4 Nov 2004, Dave Airlie wrote:

> > In kernel 2.6.9 it seems that the Intel i810 video driver is useless (junk
> > on the screen ... lockup) and one can no longer compile alsa-lib-1.0.6 from
> > the source at alsa-project.org. That's as far as I got before I now have to
> > recompile the working 2.6.7 (if only gimp worked with it ...).
> >
>
> Is that the i810 framebuffer? or the i810 drm?

I tried compiling the kernel without the intel810 framebuffer support
and still, it seems that something writes all over video memory (I did not
try using the fbdev driver in Xorg when I was trying to get 2.6.9 working,
just its i180 driver).

Then again, in kernel 2.6.7 I have no problem.

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John McGowan | jmcgowan@inch.com [Internet Channel]
| jmcgowan@coin.org [COIN]
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