Stephen Powell <email@example.com> (12/07/2010): > But I can't get the nouveau driver to use my custom 100 Hz > Interlaced mode, or even the VESA standard 87 Hz Interlaced mode. > It insists on running the monitor at 60 Hz non-interlaced. And my > eyes just won't take that for very long. At 100 Hz interlaced, I > can look at the screen all day long with no eye strain. But at 60 > Hz non-interlaced, my eyes are tired after 30 minutes or so. I > assume that that is due to no support for UMS. Care to share a reference to the bug you reported? > The intel driver supports both KMS and UMS. That's no longer correct. http://ikibiki.org/blog/2010/07/04/We_need_you_redux/ > I see no reason why the nouveau people should decide to RAM KMS down > our throats, whether we want it or not. And with my present > hardware, nv appears to be my only viable solution. What about “less code, less maintenance” for a start? Mraw, KiBi.
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