On 18.09.07 23:25:13, Brice Goglin wrote: > Andreas Pakulat wrote: > > I tried to find howtos in the net, but there were onyl few, the attached > > xorg.conf is what I'm using right now. As soon as I remove the comments > > from the Options in the Device section Xorg doesn't start anymore, > > telling me that Screen's were found but none of them had a usable > > configuration. > > > > Using the config as is, does come up with the Laptop display working > > properly, however I can't activate the VGA. All I get from xrandr is: > > andreas@morpheus:~>xrandr > > xrandr: Output VGA-0 is not disconnected but has no modes > > > > Google leads me to believe that I should disable the S-video output, but > > trying that just gives me the same information, without any change: > > andreas@morpheus:~>xrandr --output S-video --off > > xrandr: Output VGA-0 is not disconnected but has no modes > > > > Unplugging the CRT and doing that doesn't change anything either. > > > > The second attached Xorg log is from a failing start with the 3 > > monitor-lines activated. > > > > Andreas, who now has to downgrade X11 again :( > > > > This seems very similar to > http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=439322 Indeed, let me do another test and eventually I'll merge the bug into the existing one (I seem to have overlooked that one while scanning the buglist) > You might want to try latest upstream git snapshot, TV-out should be > disabled by default there, so you might get some modes from VGA by default. Ok. > And finally, it would be good to send the output of xrandr, with and > without with TV-out disabled *at startup* (either in xorg.conf or with a > recent driver where TV-out does not get enabled automatically). I guess I wasn't clear: I don't get X11 to start when I use any of the monitor-Options. Not even if I just include the one for disabling Tv-Out. And when I start without them, xrandr _always_ just complains about the VGA-0 being connected but no modes being available, no matter what xrandr call I use (including xrandr --output S-video --off). Andreas -- You will be the last person to buy a Chrysler.
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