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The driver supports depths 8, 15 16 and 24. Help and Support. Despite that, I think I got what I wanted: it seems one needs to explicitly specify mach64 on Arch, whereas this is not needed on Ubuntu. I don't seem to have problems with any of the *buntu LiveCDs. Are you sure you clicked 'Edit' on this post: https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php … 3#p1011433 ? Lately I've fallen out of love with Canonical, however; want to have more control of the installation, be more involved with the troubleshooting, and stick with distributions that offer two things [1] text-based configuration (no Unity-style "binary blobs", thank you), and [2] rolling upgrades (always blee..., uhhh, cutting-edge --- and the reason why Gentoo runs my other web-facing box). I see the problem. To make the installed system use the vesa driver, anaconda should in fact have written a /etc/X11/xorg.conf file which specifies 'vesa' as the driver. Does Xorg's built-in driver benefit from GPU-based hardware acceleration as Intel's solution does? What does Intel's driver provide us and what does not? * Icons off the K-button seem to have a cross-hatching and colorless aspect to them. I'll look forward to your careful review (please echo what you consider relevant). And thank you, Gusar. And indeed, I don't have a /dev/fb0, Google didn't seem to be enlightening about just rolling-your-own (I don't yet know any of the methods _in Linux_ for creating device files - it's probably not that easy anyway). If it cannot find the specific driver installed for the hardware (listed below), it first searches for fbdev (xf86-video-fbdev). I have tested more of different settings and I ended up for now with this setting, since I do not need sound it is OK for me. I'll look forward to future updates (yourself or others) on this developing thread. At this time, Node.js v12.x is the Active LTS version listed on the Node.js homepage as the default download. Just edit your first post, there you (and only you) will get access to the title line ("Subject"). "the splashscreen is not installed so cannot be activated" - new install, no splash, help! However, I'm having X11 problems, as in it-won't-start. unknown. Pretty unrelated... New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast, Looks like you're using new Reddit on an old browser. Create a user and a light .xinitrc for him with some wm - twm is fine. Seems like the only people who need xf86-video-intel these days are people with oddball multi-monitor setups. When I created (the default is apparently no such) /etc/X11/xorg.conf.d/10-monitor.conf with just its example: I could get twm up on vesa; changing vesa to mach64 got me up on that. Loading More Posts. The final Portage configuration is not only based on make.conf. VESA Updates DisplayHDR Standard with Tighter Specifications and New DisplayHDR 1400 Performance Level. So I'm going to suspect that my installation has diverged from "normal" (Who's to say what's normal..? To see how it is done, you can hit the Quote link on this message and look at the raw text. The refresh rate is not set by the VESA … Make sure your monitor supports this resolution prior to configuring it. I followed various setup directions in several pages below archlinux.org, but the errors I'm getting suggest I'm missing something quite basic, and for life of me.... Google was almost useful, but not quite, thus this query. edit: you used to need xf86-video-vesa inside virtualbox, though I don't know if it's still that way. Last edited by Gusar (2011-11-05 17:25:25). Thanks again for the suggestion, Gunar. I reviewed Forum Etiquette before posting, but it didn't seem to have mention of BBCodes. The driver supports depths 8, 15 16 and 24. xf86-video-ati is too new for that old thing. With the four-line version of /etc/X11/xorg.conf.d/10-monitor.conf absent I received the following results: TEST Runlevel 3 / root / startx ---> twm (oops, no ~/.xinitrc) ---> /var/log/Xorg.0.log. Thanks all for your attention. I like a full-feature desktop, but Gnome 3 refused (no doubt balking at my fossil video card), and Gnome 2 seemed kinda rough around the edges. There's one more puzzle that I don't seem to yet understand. Prepend [SOLVED] there and done. Thanks karol. Global settings defined in this file can be refined (or redefined) on a per-package basis in the /etc/portage/package.use/files as well as through environment variables. I am using Arch Linux with xf86-video-intel ,xf86-video-vesa not being installed. I actually suspected so. When I compare the (previously posted, fails) (Arch) Xorg.0.log to the (successful) (Lubuntu) Xorg.0.log, I see that they diverge when the latter fails to LoadModule on "fglrx" but then goes on to load "ati" then "mach64" then "vesa" then "fbdev". I hope that this gives you the clues you were hoping for, Gusar. I'll have to carefully look at the logs. It's not possible either to create a new configfile or languagefile in this mode. Current version of pixman: 0.22.2    Before reporting problems, check http://wiki.x.org    to make sure that you have the latest version.Markers: (--) probed, (**) from config file, (==) default setting,    (++) from command line, (!!) Important. Perhaps I need to change to another console (Alt-F7 or another) in order to actually see the running X? Currently CONFIG can not report whether the command succeeded or not. Windows users can use the *.msi installers for x86 or x64 depending on your Windows installation. Editing the first post (and I'm logged in...) allows me to change the "Message" but not the "Subject". I've never used, or needed, the vesa driver on bare metal. I removed (pacman -R) xf86-video-ati then mesa-demos then mesa, almost, mesa wouldn't remove (nice, this pacman may be the central tool of Arch), finally added xf86-video-mach64. If this driver is not installed, Xorg Server will print a warning on startup, but it can be safely ignored if hardware specific driver works well. After installation the 'xdriver=vesa' option is not passed to grub.conf, but 'modeset' is (that could be anaconda bug perhaps). I've been searching for an answer on how to fix this for quite some time on the internet, and I'm still lost. Join the global Raspberry Pi community. There is no xorg.conf file so I run sudo X -configure to regenerate the file for my Intel driver. Perhaps I'll get time to just roll another netinstall (10_GB disk, I don't need a /home anyway...), and start fresh next Monday. At least that's what ArchWiki told me... And what if your Intel graphics is a little older than Sandy Bridge (I have a Nehalem-era CPU)? $$$$$  Here's the "startx" (no options) error: This is a pre-release version of the X server from The X.Org Foundation.It is not supported in any way.Bugs may be filed in the bugzilla at http://bugs.freedesktop.org/.Select the "xorg" product for bugs you find in this release.Before reporting bugs in pre-release versions please check thelatest version in the X.Org Foundation git repository.See http://wiki.x.org/wiki/GitPage for git access instructions. $$$$$  I have a feeling that it's not as simple as running-as-user over running-as-root (probably X as root is a Bad Plan from a security POV, but I haven't gotten far enough for that risk yet). Other day someone posted an image of Arch Linux installation guide in this subreddit showing that we should install these two drivers.My question is should I or should I not install these drivers? Ok, we still won't know why Arch requires this and Ubuntu doesn't... Last edited by Gusar (2011-11-12 15:28:05). I'm using an Optimus-enabled laptop & reading through the comments, I thought xf86-video-intel is a package that must be installed alongside bumblebee? A common task is using the external video output on a notebook computer for a video … sudo X -configure output (pasted /var/log/xorg.0.log) Choose 8. Just edit your first post, there you (and only you) will get access to the title line ("Subject"). When adding 'xdriver=vesa nomodeset' as kernel boot options and then booting anaconda, it seems that VESA driver was not selected, but CIRRUS was selected instead. ), and hit the Big Red Button, just do a fresh netinstall. For example, to switch to 1280x1024 at 60 Hz: % xrandr --mode 1280x1024 --rate 60. So I don't see it (whatever "it" is), so far. Whether a TV wall mount is fixed, tilt able, turn able or swiveling, the VESA mounting size is always the same: horizontal x vertical distance in mm. I'm no twm fan, but FWIW it looked OK.... TEST Runlevel 3 / root / startx ---> (with ~/.xinitrc that execs startkde) ---> /var/log/Xorg.0.log. As I can't get X running, I have to use a WinXP (the dual-boot portion of same computer) with FAT32 partition for data transfer (& some notepad-to-wordpad ux2dos-style conversions); I don't think that's introduced any artifacts, but can't be sure. It is the distance between the mounting holes in the back of the TV in millimeters. karol --- Thank you for the reply. Server terminated with error (1). To know or not to know ...... the questions remain forever. Trust me, it's noticeable. Before I loaded pacman -S xf86-video-mach64 I was failing to load "mach64"; after I added it I was failing to load "ati". (BTW, this is a "Quick post" rather than my normal "Post Reply"). I see (line 111 in the URL). xf86-video-mesa is not a thing, I think you're confusing it with xf86-video-vesa which is a fallback driver for very old machines. Reply Quote 0. This driver for the X.Org X server (see xserver-xorg for a further description) uses the standard VESA interface provided on all video cards, but runs unaccelerated. The Lubuntu logfile has this to say about "ati" & "mach64": Here's the Lubuntu LiveCD reading on that directory: And here's a reality check on the startx-fails Arch: The slightly different sizes for all five files are undoubtedly explained as slightly different versions; the only other difference I see is more liberal use of the execute bit, and that can't matter. (Warning: you can only undo this mode by restarting DOSBox.) -- Alan Turing---How to Ask Questions the Smart Way. Please consult the The X.Org Foundation support      at http://wiki.x.org for help. It was almost impossible to use, I couldn't even perform a reboot (I had to do that from the F2 console instead). From the ArchWiki entry for Mach64 I gathered that all I had to do was pacman -S xf86-video-mach64, and that's all I did. Can you do one final test? Thanks for your attention. Adoption of DisplayHDR continues to grow with more than 125 certified display models introduced to date. DSC is an open standard that was developed in liaison with the MIPI Alliance for general purpose display interface compression. I would have preferred logs when xf86-video-vesa is not installed. Perhaps this is a valuable clue.... Last edited by truebuilder (2011-11-05 16:23:12). average user may be frightened at the thought of having to type in commands at a command-line interface (CLI Please check that it did so. The only other difference between the logs is this:Ubuntu: Try this: Reduce 10-monitor.conf to just the Device section, remove the other parts. This seems harder than it should. Scroll down to 827 - splashscreen. The Raspberry Pi is a tiny and affordable computer that you can use to learn programming through fun, practical projects. And I'm about out of "weekend" anyway, on shift tomorrow through Sunday late, I'll be unable to do much experimentation. (==) Log file: "/var/log/Xorg.0.log", Time: Wed Nov  2 10:41:37 2011(==) Using config directory: "/etc/X11/xorg.conf.d"(EE) Failed to load module "mach64" (module does not exist, 0)(EE) Failed to load module "vesa" (module does not exist, 0)(EE) Failed to load module "fbdev" (module does not exist, 0)(EE) No drivers available. You need xf86-video-mach64. VESA BIOS EXTENSION (VBE) Version 3.0 Date: September 16, 1998 (Page 70) says: but I get the following error:. VESA 800 x 600. pardon me for missing information on processors. I tried to install everything that Lubuntu had attempted LoadModule. Apparently fbdev is just not necessary, ditto ati. The display was (I believe) both dim and low-contrast. Getting "memory configuration is not optimal press f1 to continue" After memory is installed [ Edited ] I replaced the entire fleet of 2gb memory sticks in a Dell Poweredge R715 with: Crucial 16GB Kit (2 x 8GB) DDR3-1600 ECC RDIMM (Part#CT5321400). We all missed it, that there might be another configuration file, some place to tell the kernel which video driver to use. is a mystery to me, but you'll know. I noticed that the normal vesa driver wasn't chosen automaticaly, instead of that i got "software rasterizer". So I ran wild, pacman -S xf86-video-ati xf86-video-vesa xf86-video-fbdev (remember that at this point xf64-video-mach64 is still installed), and finally another startx: I wgetpaste'd the latest /var/log/Xorg.0.log and /var/log/Xorg.0.log.old. Prepend [SOLVED] there and done. (==) Log file: "/var/log/Xorg.0.log", Time: Wed Nov  2 12:47:20 2011(==) Using config directory: "/etc/X11/xorg.conf.d"(EE) Failed to load module "mach64" (module does not exist, 0)(EE) Failed to load module "vesa" (module does not exist, 0)(EE) Failed to load module "fbdev" (module does not exist, 0)(EE) No drivers available. And incidentally, it's not obvious to me (yet) how to mark this as SOLVED (so if someone might advise...). But, let me make a query that what is the main difference between Intel's xf86-video-intel driver and generic modosetting driver? To download Node.js v10.x, use the Node.js > Downloads > Previous Releases page.. For more information about Node.js's Long Term Support (LTS) schedule, see: Node.js > Releases. vesa to nvidia It works fine, but I have a GeForce4 420 Go card as my lspci dutifully tells me, and I want to know how to change xorg.conf to specify it properly. xf86-video-mesa is not a thing, I think you're confusing it with xf86-video-vesa which is a fallback driver for very old machines. I'll leave this not-yet-SOLVED in case throwing that switch shuts down further replies (someone might want to comment...). Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts. $$$$$  I don't have either an ~/.xinitrc (still working as root, will worry about as a user later) or an xorg.conf: ls: cannot access /root/.xinitrc: No such file or directoryls: cannot access /etc/X11/xorg.conf: No such file or directory/var/log/Xorg.0.log/var/log/Xorg.0.log.old. Thanks for your faith, Gusar. Last edited by Gusar (2011-11-10 01:18:56), To make it easier for others to search the forums (the main reason that I went into such detail was so that others might benefit), I've removed that [SOLVED] from the first message then changed the thread's subject line from, startx ---> (EE) Failed to load module "mach64" ... "vesa" ... "fbdev". Yup! Does it mean this graphic card is so old it can't handle 24bit? * System Settings / Display and Monitor showed: With reboot based upon the four-line 10-monitor.conf that would be 75.0 Hz.... * Mousing for a reboot..., the mouse pointer had to be a full icon to the right of where the action seemed to be occurring. But the reference to "mach64" seems to have disappeared, a fate that didn't befall either "vesa" or "fbdev". That is, if I put the pointer on the shutdown icon, KDE wouldn't then offer the shutdown / reboot / {others} actions, but would instead show me the results of the recently-used icon. If it won't work, we will have the final fix, and thus gain full enlightenment : ATi Rage cards require explicit driver assignment. And I even located ati-dri and tried with that. Please note that this is not related to the "Stacks=" line in the Config.sys file, which is used for 16-bit MS-DOS device drivers. Moderator comment:  Truebuilder:  Could I request that you use BBCode code tags when posting program output or file contents. I'm curious about the actual fix though. This driver is often used as fallback driver if the hardware specific and VESA drivers fail to load or are not present. Results were identical to the Runlevel 5 that I've outlined below (experimentation and note composition just aren't synchronized - this was chronologically the third of the three tests, "5" was the second). I needed full HD resolution on my display, so I use this additional setting in config (you just add these lines to config and restart device) by hdmi_drive=2I set it to DMT (Display Monitor Timings; the standard typically used by monitors) by hdmi_mode=82I set resolution to 1920x1080 @60Hz (1080p) If you want to read more about supported resolution, you can find a very useful article here. $$$$$  Here's wgetpaste access for the two logfiles (I don't know how to make these "inline" scrollable windows - if someone might advise then any future posts will have those): -rw-r--r-- 1 root root 7438 Nov  2 10:41 /var/log/Xorg.0.log ---> (wgetpaste _via_ /dos/ to) http://paste.pocoo.org/show/501834-rw-r--r-- 1 root root 2525 Nov  2 09:34 /var/log/Xorg.0.log.old ---> (wgetpaste _via_ /dos/ to) http://paste.pocoo.org/show/501833. since my desktop is working smoothly without these drivers already.ThanksUPDATE: I have Intel i5 4th gen processor, no dedicated graphics card. I'm satisfied in all particulars except mildly mystified as to why this is called "10-monitor.conf" (mine now looks more like a 10-videodriver.conf ). But Ctrl+Alt+F7 took me ~back to the twilight zone. … Closing log file.xinit: giving upxinit: unable to connect to X server: Connection refusedxinit: server error. Choose Config / tools. I had to take a good look at what the code actually does differently from what is default. This post lacks information. It is easily done. If that is not found, it searches for vesa (xf86-video-vesa), the generic driver, which handles a large number of chipsets but does not include any 2D or 3D acceleration. Which means that part of the configuration is not what contributes to the "fix". Thus I'm inclined to consider this an issue within either pacman or the kernel (the loading of modules). Another advantage of this driver is that it tries to force TV output on. It can drive most VESA-compatible video cards, but only makes use of the basic standard VESA core that is common to these cards. Thanks -- Alex Here's my complete recipe (that others might benefit from my hardfought knowledge): Here are the copied files:/etc/rc.conf/etc/fstab/etc/inittab/boot/grub/menu.lst/etc/X11/xorg/conf.d/10-evdev.conf/etc/X11/xorg/conf.d/10-monitor.conf. The name is irrelevant pretty much, it only matters that it has a .conf extension. And thank you three and karol; this seems a rich forum, I'm glad I'm here. The site may not work properly if you don't, If you do not update your browser, we suggest you visit, Press J to jump to the feed. --- that's what you meant, right? * Ctrl+Alt+F2 got me to a command prompt, in order to do some wgetpaste-ing. I'm now doing 24-bit (or perhaps 32-bit) color, whereas I was before doing 16-bit (I'm not sure that I can detect the distinction, but it's nice to get what the system can deliver). 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