Help needed : FreeBSD 8.1 / xorg / xf86-video-intel / dell400
hpcharles at gmail.com
Tue Jul 13 09:53:49 UTC 2010
Hello, I've a dell d400 laptop quite old but still usefull. I've upgraded to
8.1-RC2 which seem ok. It was perfectly functionnal with FreeBSD 8.0
and the freebsd-8.0-release packages.
My usual way to upgrade packages is to "pkg_delete -a" && pkg_add -r a list
of my usual softwares which come from ports/i386/i386/packages-8.1-release/
which contain xf86-video-intel-2.7.1_3 && xorg-7.5
It's impossible to have a graphical output
(1) Using video-intel the system hang immediately without any message
I've also tried to add :
Option "DRI" "off" # [<bool>]
Option "NoAccel" "on" # [<bool>]
in my /etc/X11/xorg.conf Device section : still hang
I've try to patch i830_display.c:i830_crtc_load_lut as suggested in another
thread, the system does not hang but has a black screen
(2) Using video-vesa X fail with a message :
"(EE) VESA(0): No valid modes"
"(EE) Screen(s) found, but none have a usable configuration."
I've put all the possible information here :
- pciconf -lv
- Xorg.0.log for intel driver, intel patched driver, vesa driver .
I've tried to modify my initial xorg.conf without any success. Is
there a solution,
(even with a not accelerated solution) or am I obliged to downgrade to
8.0 to keep
FreeBSD or install a modern ubuntu (troll inside :-) ? Any idea or clue ?
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