kilikmatej at gmail.com
Mon May 24 06:40:55 UTC 2021
> Today <https://forums.FreeBSD.org/threads/80534/post-513631> it seems
> that a problem was avoided by _not_ installing xf86-video-intel, which
> <https://www.freshports.org/x11-drivers/xf86-video-intel/> describes
> as legacy.
> Matt, would you describe your hardware as legacy? Is your system still
> freeze-free _with_ xf86-video-intel?
Hello, my system works freeze-free.
I am able to use both the modesetting driver and also the
xf86-video-intel in xorg.conf, freeze-free.
But, I am using xf86-video-intel, because that way I can enjoy TearFree,
which is not possible with "modesetting".
My CPU was launched in Q2/2014. When you say "legacy hardware",
something like a needle printer, a floppy disk drive and serial modem
pops to mind, not an 8-year old CPU, which is perfectly capable of doing
day-to-day work-related actitivities.
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