Did earlier kernels work? Also, why do you say “to be confirmed”? It could be linked to Foxconn motherboards, maybe even those including intel Atom processors. Started off as a nomodeset bug. Thanks for the help, Ghis.
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We can only get up to x resolution although it supports up to x Sorry for the trouble.
It seems to be related to a problem with the intel graphics driver: You just need to grab Linus’s git tree, all versions are there. Almost the same here: The driver has to be 64bit because I have a 64bit system.
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I can’t promise we’ll get to it we get way more bugs filed than we can usually get tobut your testing and feedback can help out if and when we do. Looking at the dmesg should confirm that and if so intel corporation 82945g gz integrated graphics controller the next clue.
Of coursed, then I’m missing acpi — maybe I have run these commands. Well this problem is quite old: A good test for me has been Google Earth. There are no drivers under Linux: Jesse, do you have any clue as how invoking ACPI might rearrange or hide the display controller on a gen3 device so no hybrid gfx involved? Nevertheless the resolution is still incorrect and the screen is still “unknown”.
I recognized this regression after upgrading to precise. I think is that: Tybion, is it also corporaation case?
Some of the output from ‘sudo lshw’. You are not directly subscribed to this bug’s notifications. Following 82954g bisect instructions, I have done. Could somebody report this to Intel developers? I have now successfully compiled kernel 3. Email me about changes to this bug report. Comment on this change optional.
Duplicates of this bug Bug There is intel corporation 82945g gz integrated graphics controller called “modules” in the Linux kernel and some people call them “drivers” because that’s what Microsoft calls them It is likely but to be confirmed that Xorg incorrectly loads ‘vesa’ for the following kernel.
What happens if you follow the Ubuntu instructions? You filed this bug report against natty, but I see it’s still open and doesn’t appear to have much activity recently. What is the next step?
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Hi, On Ubuntu Can someone please give me further instructions? If modesetting is the culprit why not deactivate it? Sign up using Facebook.