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    SubjectRe: gma500: Cannot find any crtc or sizes - going 1024x768
    On Tue, Jun 12, 2012 at 6:04 PM, Alan Cox <> wrote:
    >> 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 ?

    It matters because everything between 0x4100 - 0x4107 are Moorestown if you ask
    the macro, but are assigned to oaktrail_chip_ops. That makes Oaktrail ==
    Moorestown. IS_OAK might be a more appropriate name.

    IS_MRST is primarily used for two things:
    1) Take LVDS enable fuse value into account
    2) Tell that LVDS must be on Pipe A

    Those things where required for him to get the panel working,
    so why not include the 0x4108 in the IS_MRST check?


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