1. 24 Jul, 2018 1 commit
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  4. 13 Jul, 2018 1 commit
    • Kevin Brace's avatar
      Fix for some RAGE 128 Pro causing out of range display error · d87d1aac
      Kevin Brace authored
      Due to faulty assumptions made by commit 2072d9aa, many RAGE 128 Pro
      VGA display will be detected as DVI, and causes out of range display
      error with the attached monitor. While this commit is less than
      perfect and only works on x86 platform, it avoids causing out of
      range display error. With this fix, there is no longer the need to
      specify the supported frequency range of the monitor inside xorg.conf.
      The code was tested on RAGE 128 Pro Ultra 16 MB AGP.
      Signed-off-by: Kevin Brace's avatarKevin Brace <kevinbrace@gmx.com>
      d87d1aac
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    • Connor Behan's avatar
      Assume CRT in the absence of other monitors · 56268141
      Connor Behan authored
      This patch is still untested, but it sounds like a lot of people need
      it. Assuming that there are no monitors when DDC fails (which causes X
      to abort with UMS) does not make sense. Some people will always have DDC
      fail. For example, the pins are not connected on an iMac G3. For another
      example, some RAGE128TF cards are known to lie that there is no VGA port
      in the connector table.
      Signed-off-by: Connor Behan's avatarConnor Behan <connor.behan@gmail.com>
      56268141
  15. 02 Jul, 2015 1 commit
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