I just noticed I have some kind of graphics artifacts which effect visual discomfort like so called "blurry"; And, moreover, I am not sure I have correct DPI settings right now (give me advise concerning DPI too pls)... I detected artifacts by taking screen by my mobile phone 60hz cam (see image)
...so, as I can get it, I need some graphics acceleration or i915 module fix or...?
EDIT : I have uxa acceleration mode right now cause visually it seems more clear ... the /etc/X11/xorg.conf.d/20-intel.conf content is :
Section "Device" Identifier "Intel Graphics" #or card0 Driver "Intel" Option "AccelMethod" "uxa" #sna or uxa Option "Backlight" "intel_backlight" BusID "PCI:0:2:0" EndSection
EDIT : I just tried to install linux-mainline-baytrail 4.0rc4-1 and that's what I have in output :
linux-mainline-baytrail 4.0rc4-1 (Tue Mar 17 20:33:28 CDT 2015) ( Unsupported package: Potentially dangerous ! ) ==> WARNING: This PKGBUILD describes a splitted package. ==> Specific package options are unknown ==> linux-mainline-baytrail dependencies: - docbook-xsl (already installed) - kmod (already installed) - inetutils (already installed) - bc (already installed) - xmlto (package found)
seems like kernel-3.16.7 already has something related to bay trail support or I don't know?
So my question is... how to analyse what causes the blurry effect, how to check if dpi is correct and how to fix the graphics artifacts?
- os: linux arch x64
- video card : Intel HD Graphics (Bay Trail)