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However, the x mode has disappeared completely. Org Video Driver, version 2. Sep 02, Ulead VideoStudio 9.

rw485 Last edited by rokytnji; at However, the X server now ignores the x mode entry in xorg. The system is only with the “genericg linux driver OS default and the “xserver-xorg-video-radeon” I think it’s “xserver-xorg-video-ati” are installed and updated.

When switching to a virtual console, the monitor powers off. Tell us some more!

AMD Video BIOS Disassembler and ATi RS

The 3D acceleration is not important to me. Can you please try the newest driver in intrepid and if it’s still the same file a bug upstream on bugs. EndSection within the monitor section you can specify new modelines you want to use as well as specify the orientation of the monitor in relation to the other monitors driven by the same card in the case of dualhead cards.


Is this a known regression in that patch?

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Email me about changes to this bug report. Are you new to LinuxQuestions. Please include the information requested from https: You need to log in to change this bug’s status. After removing the x mode entry from xorg. See full activity log. Open Source Consulting Domain Registration.

The resolutions are both quite uncommon and share an interesting trait: Offhand I’d think the mouse issues are coincidental; as far as I know, video driver code and input driver code is isolated. There was a way to circumvent this but I don’t remember it anymore.

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I would try to go with opensource drivers, no propertary. After rebuilding the ‘xorg-x drv-ati- 6.

Originally Posted by rokytnji Yep. However if you can determine it’s definitely due to this driver, let me know so we can get that reported. The problem is, with randr, which output to you want the screen modes added to? D, or perhaps another tiny change somewhere else as said. It is always safer even if can be worst as perforance and native tested opensource driver.


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Org X server Edit. The KVM is driving 64 machines and the only time I’ve seen it lose the mouse like this is with this patched package. The workaround is clear: However I can’t get a proper backtrace; after rebuilding without fomit-frame-pointer and with debug enabled and crashing while switching, the Xorg log still only shows II AIGLX: To post a comment you must log in. Rw485 is quick, simple and absolutely free.