Using an 8bpp, the colour will then be displayed incorrectly. Horizontal waving or jittering of the whole screen, continuously independent from drawing operations. The problem here is that the flat panel needs timings that are related to the panel size, and not the mode size. The server doesn’t prevent the user from specifying a mode that will use this memory, it prints a warning on the console. After that, the power supply can be started and the PC will boot the , eliminated. If you get pixel error with this option try using the ” SetMClk ” option to slow the memory clock. Try this if the cursor seems to have problems.

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Hence the server assumes a The correct options to start the server with these modes are.

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This problem has been reported 69300 UnixWare 1. Before using this check that the server reports an incorrect panel size. Use caution as excess heat generated by the video processor if its specifications are exceeded might cause damage. Try a lower dot clock.

Other design kits previously supported byand tehnologies change will be implemented pursuant to the key milestones set forth in this attached PCNin Intel’s Terms and Conditions of Sale for such products, Intel assumes no liability whatsoever. There is currently no way for chkps to set panel parameters. This is a very similar chip to the This is useful for the chipset where the base address of the linear framebuffer must be supplied by the user, or at depths 1 and 4bpp.


There is the limit of the maximum dotclock the video processor can handle, and there is another limitation of the available memory bandwidth. At this point no testing has been done and it is entirely possible that the ” MMIO option will lockup your machine.

Disclaimer This manual is copyrighted by Chips and Technologies. So this limit will be either 56MHz or 68MHz for the xx chipsets, depending on what voltage they are driven with, or 80MHz for the WinGine machines.

We also thank the many people on the net who have contributed by reporting bugs and extensively testing this server. However, as the driver does not prevent you from using a mode that will exceed the memory bandwidth of thebut a warning like.

The information contained in this document is beingbefore final production. It’s ideal for uses in embedded board-level applications where performance and a rich feature set are. This has been reported on some configurations. However to use the dual-head support is slightly more complex.

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This driver is experimental, but is intended as a basis to merge into the mainstream kernel. Typically this is probed correctly, but if you believe it to be mis-probed, this option might help. In this way the expensive operation of reading back to contents of the screen is never performed and the performance is improved. This driver uses this capability to include a 16bpp framebuffer on top of an 8bpp framebuffer.


It is possible to use the fixed clocks supported by the chip instead by using this option. When the size of the mode used is less than the panel size, the default behaviour of the server is to align the left hand edge of the display with the left hand edge of the screen.

So the driver will attempt to round-up the virtual X dimension to a multiple of 64, but leave the virtual resolution untouched. The server doesn’t prevent the user from specifying a mode that will use this memory, it prints a warning on the console.

However there are many older machines, particularly those with x screen or larger, that need to reprogram the panel timings. Modeline “x 8bpp” Option “NoAccel” This option will disable the use of any accelerated functions.

Disabling hidden DRAM refresh may also help. The HiQV series of chips have three programmable clocks. The xx MMIO mode has been implemented entirely from the manual as I don’t have the hardware to test it on.

A ” letterbox ” effect with no stretching can be achieved using this option.

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