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Linux 4.1.6 Radeon UVD Not Responding

I've seen the same problem before version 3.19, could not remember since when, but it seems to disappear on version 3.19. But when I compile version 4.1.6 using 3.19 config, the problem came back. ...
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Increasing Kernel Mode Setting (KMS) scrollback buffer size

I'm using Kernel Mode Setting to set my server's tty resolution. I added GRUB_GFXMODE=1280x1024x24,auto to /etc/default/grub, and GRUB_GFXPAYLOAD_LINUX=keep was already there. There's no vga= or ...
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Disable KMS on Debian Sid

I've recently started having trouble resuming my Sid laptop from suspend. I'm not sure if this was caused by an upgrade or by me tinkering to try and get a splash screen working, but anyway, I have my ...
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Kernel modesetting hangs my boot, but the ATI driver requires it

I have a late 2011 MacBook Pro. It has an integrated Intel video card and a discrete ATI video card. Ideally, I'd like my Xorg to use the ATI card with the free driver (no Catalyst). Here's the ...
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KMS Terminal: How to disable second screen, or how to force a certaion resolution?

I have two screens with different native resolution connected to my Gentoo/systemd machine. since the VTs try to mirror the outputs, they do not use the whole size of the higher resolution screen. I ...
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What is i915.modeset=1 for?

I'm running Ubuntu 13.10 and since I upgraded to kernel 3.12.8 (build from source, including ubuntu patches) on a ivybridge video, the boot spash screen was flickering and messing up. So I googled ...
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Nouveau doesn't work after upgrade to Debian Wheezy

I upgraded from Debian squeeze to wheezy. My box contains an old graphics card not supported by current Nvidia drivers for distros newer than lenny (NV5M64 [RIVA TNT2 Model 64/Model 64 Pro]), so in my ...
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Is there a way to undo VGA adapter modesetting in Linux

I'm looking for a way to reset the graphics adapter to textmode after it has been set to some sort of graphical mode by the kernel on bootup, and possibly used by an X server. Is there any code to do ...
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Is it possible to set different resolution between console and X when Kernel Mode Setting is enabled?

My LCD monitor is dying. It has white screen issue: when power on, it's black screen (power LED is flashing), after a while (maybe one hour), it turns to white screen. Then I need switch to different ...
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Linux USB Boot results in black screen

I'm trying to install Linux alongside Windows 8 on my new Asus Zenbook UX32VD, which has both an Intel HD 4000 and a NVidia 620M I've been having quite a few problems booting up linux via USB so I ...
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modetest.c from libdrm tests lists no framebuffers

I wanted to play with KMS since it seems to be the preferred low-level graphics library on Linux. However, after compiling the appropriate modetest.c version (2.4.32, since that's the version of ...
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How to increase the speed of a text console (kernel mode setting)?

On a Fedora 17 system (i915 hardware) KMS works out of the box - and using the console (i.e. Ctrl+Alt+F2 etc.) is very framebuffer-like. To the point that scrolling through a man page or cat log-files ...
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Kernel Mode Setting vs. Framebuffer?

With KMS, the graphics drivers are moved into the kernel. Since the framebuffer was already in the kernel, I wouldn't expect this to affect framebuffer operation. Yet, I read that KMS supercedes the ...