Option “AccelMethod” ” string ” Chooses between available acceleration architectures. This is used for custom panel timings. You must specify the units. EXA is a newer acceleration architecture with better performance for the Render and Composite extensions, but the rendering code for it is newer and possibly unstable. Option “mclk” ” integer ” Sets the memory clock. If you find a problem with Xorg or have a question not answered in the FAQ please use our bug report form available on the web site or send mail to xorg lists. The default is XAA.
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For example 50Mhz is the same as Khz or Hz. Only available on MSOC chips. Multihead mode configuration is done through the RandR1.
Option “VideoKey” ” integer ” Set the video color key. The following Cursor Options are supported: Option “CSCVideo” ” boolean ” Ljnxem video uses color space conversion to render video directly to the framebuffer, without using an overlay.
Option “UseFBDev” ” boolean ” Don’t sm10 program the hardware mode registers, but leave it as set by the operating system. If you find a problem with Xorg or have a question not answered in the FAQ please use our bug report form available on the web site or send mail to xorg lists.
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The following PCI bus Options are supported: Option “mxclk” ” integer ” Sets the memory clock. All options names are case and white space insensitive when parsed by the server, for example, “lynxe” and “LynxE” are equivalent. All visual types are supported for depth 8, and TrueColor motio are supported for the other depths.
Very useful for determining if the driver has problems with drawing and acceleration routines. Option “mclk” ” integer ” Sets the memory clock. PciBurst must be enabled for this to work.
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Option “AccelMethod” ” string ” Chooses between available acceleration architectures. This option is only available on MSOC chips and used only for debugging purposes. Option “Dualhead” ” boolean ” Enable dualhead mode.
The following acceleration and graphics engine Options are supported: Lynxeem is the traditional acceleration architecture and support for it is very stable. The following video memory Options are supported: The driver is fully accelerated, and provides support for the following framebuffer depths: This is used for custom panel timings.
When reporting problems with the driver send as much detail as possible, including chipset type, ,ynxem server output log, and operating system specifics. EXA is a newer acceleration architecture with better performance for the Render and Composite extensions, but the rendering code for it is newer and possibly unstable. Option “Interlaced” ” boolean ” Turn on interlaced video capturing. Currently not all chips are supported and hardware video overlay XV support may have some limitations.
It should work on motoin recent PCI chipsets.
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The default is XAA. Using it decreases performance, as it uses software sm7110 for drawing operations the video driver can accelerate with hardware. This section only covers configuration details specific to this driver.
The driver auto-detects the chipset type, but the following ChipSet names may optionally be wm710 in the config file “Device” section, and will override the auto-detection: This is the first option to try if your server runs but you see graphic corruption on the screen. You must specify the units. Option “NoAccel” Disable acceleration.
Hardware accelerated screen rotation and framebuffer resizing are only supported with the EXA acceleration architecture see the AccelMethod option below.