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darren kirby wrote:
> quoth the Joseph Jezak:
> Thanks for the reply,
>> Well, two suggestions here:
>> 1. From the radeon man page:
>> Option "ReverseDDC" "boolean"
>> When BIOS connector informations aren't available, use this
>> option to reverse the mapping of the 2 main DDC ports. Use this
>> if the X serve obviously detects the wrong display for each
>> connector. This is typically needed on the Radeon 9600 cards
>> bundled with Apple G5s. The default is off.
>> 2. Try adding
>> Option "MergedFB" "false"
>> It looks like it's detecting both heads, not monitors attached to
>> both heads.
> I tried both of these ideas, separately and together. Seem to be getting
> closer. Instead of a blank screen I get random coloured vertical bars on
> parts of the screen. Still get this:
> (II) RADEON(0): Primary:
> Monitor -- TMDS
> Connector -- DVI-D
> DAC Type -- TVDAC/ExtDAC
> TMDS Type -- Internal
> DDC Type -- VGA_DDC
> (II) RADEON(0): Secondary:
> Monitor -- CRT
> Connector -- VGA
> DAC Type -- Primary
> TMDS Type -- External
> DDC Type -- DVI_DDC
> Should note here, there is no VGA connector on the card. There is a DVI
> connector (the one I am using) and the one that looks like DVI, but bigger,
> ADC I think?
>> If that doesn't work, please let us know. :)
> Still no joy. Sorry for taking so long to get back to the list, I had to go
Alright, one more thing to test, can you try adding:
Option "UseFBDev" "boolean"
With either false or true?
Stick with it, we'll get it working ;)
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