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Re: new igmafb driver
Thanks for the information. About the later suggestion (DRMKMS), anyone
know if is there a guide explaining how to compile the kernel and setup the
framebuffer in different resolutions??
2014-08-05 14:39 GMT-03:00 Jeff Rizzo <riz%tastylime.net@localhost>:
> On 8/5/14 8:23 AM, Andrés Martinelli wrote:
>> I have noticed a new IGMAFB driver is provided since this January in
>> current branch.
>> Anyone know where I can get documentation to set it up (if its exists),
>> or how I can setup the framebuffer for my intel HD 4000 card?
>> It is neccesary to recompile the kernel?
>> NOTE: I have yesterday's current installed in my laptop.
> I believe there is an igma(4) man page you can refer to.
> In any case, I created an IGMA kernel config, which looks like:
> cassava:riz ~/src> more sys/arch/amd64/conf/IGMA
> include "arch/amd64/conf/GENERIC"
> options VGA_RASTERCONSOLE
> no options VGA_POST
> no agp
> no device at drm
> no genfb
> igma0 at pci0 dev ? function ?
> igmafb* at igma0
> iic* at igma0
> ... and that worked. However, you may want to try the DRMKMS kernel
> config in the latest -current, as that has a hardware-accelerated driver
> which (hopefully) should work for your Intel HD 4000. (we're hoping to
> merge it into GENERIC for 7.0)
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