Resolution on SCFB X11 Driver
manu at bidouilliste.com
Mon Jun 27 12:23:06 UTC 2016
I'm guessing that you are using UEFI.
SCFB uses the GOP mode set by loader (or the default one), on my last
laptop (an HP840G3) if I leave the bios with the default config for
video memory I cannot go higher than 1280x1024, I need to set it to an
higher value and then the UEFI firmware provided multiple GOP mode.
You can list/change the available mode in loader.efi with the 'gop'
command (gop list, gop get etc ...)
On Fri, 24 Jun 2016 13:24:17 -0400
"Charles W. Ross" <cwr at core.cwross.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I'm running FreeBSD 10.3 on an Intel NUC with 4th generation graphics.
> This is not supported by the i915 driver yet, so I'm using the SCFB
> (frame buffer) driver.
> It works, but I can't seem to set an optimal resolution. My display (24"
> Dell) supports 1920*1200, but the system only permits X11 to operate at
> I have tried the usual settings in xorg.conf to define the display's
> "Modes" at 1920*1200, but no luck. Running 'xrandr' presents only one
> option: 1280*1024.
> I know the SCFB driver is capable of operating at higher resolutions,
> does anyone have any tips on how to set this?
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