On Tue, Aug 31, 2004 at 12:56:51PM -0500, Jason L Tibbitts III wrote:
system-config-display doesn't recognize the chipset at all and
suggests the VESA driver. Should I open a bug for this?
I edited xorg.conf and set it straight. X runs fine and 2D seems
accelerated but 3D is not. I thought Unichrome DRM had been merged
but I don't see a kernel module for it; is there any way to turn it
It's not 2.6 merged and there is some essential work to be done there
for the 3D before it goes in.
I'm quite happy that 2D is working; thanks to all who have made
possible. A quick note, though: the video output on this board is
blurry and generally rather poor. I've tried several (Unichrome,
Intel, ProSavage) and have yet to find an onboard chipset that
produces reasonable video output.
The analogue side is all off chip on these things. They are used for cheap
boards so you get cheap analogue parts too