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Re: Xorg on 8.0 (A1200)
vallesroc%gmail.com@localhost (=?UTF-8?Q?Roc_Vall=C3=A8s?=) writes:
>PCMCIA implies A600 or A1200.
>ECS+ should have productivity (these resolutions, but double scan frequency
>instead of interlace) modes. Can these be used somehow?
The GENERIC kernel should automatically chose Dbl* and Super72 modes
when supported by the hardware (== AGA).
There is currently no code for ECS productivity modes.
Also, the console defaults to 3 bitplanes for simple ANSI colors
and ECS productivity modes are limited to 2 bitplanes.
Another issue is that the list of possible screens to select from
includes '640x400x2' but nothing for the corresponding PAL resolution.
N.B. the graphics routines also support the A2024 monitor, but
there is no suitable screen definition either.
Michael van Elst
"A potential Snark may lurk in every tree."
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