Also, unless you are the original reporter, it is always better to open a new bug report than to reopen a closed one at least for xorg-related bugs. Otherwise, if the bug no longer exists in Karmic, let us know that as well. I am a old lady, but your instructions were clear! Not using default mode “x” hsync out of range II intel 0: I get screen artifacts within windows, on the deshtop, on the task bar and anywhere else you can imagine. Thank you Francesco, that solved it for me!
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Debian Squeeze and Intel GC on Thinkpad X30
I upgraded from 8. Driver for Intel Integrated Graphics Chipsets: Org Foundation” compiled for 1. Duplicates of this bug Bug Use the VESA driver. I wanted something light to take with me to the library, so I bought the unit on ebay. Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del.
GNU/Linux on the IBM Thinkpad X30
Powered by Inyoka Inyoka v0. I will let you know what happens after a fresh install.
I have the intel drivers specified in xorg. I have a minimal xorg.
II “dri” will be loaded by default. Salva salvagg wrote on Have been struggling with c graphics since forever. Just for your information, your solution is working for Debian Squeeze and Xubuntu Wie kann man verhindern, dass VGA1 aktiviert wird?
I’ve also attached a screenshot to show a good example of the problem. Gibt es sonst noch einen Tipp? Not using default mode “x” vrefresh out of range II intel jntel If you need to disable modesetting when booting ubuntu This bug affects 1 chipzet.
[xubuntu] Display Flickering and Offset; Intel
How could Ubuntu or Debian, Slackware, Arch … solve this issue? You will boot into Ubuntu Lucid, and the system will create an xorg. Unlike in the screenshot above, it’s not restricted to text only.
I am going to reload Mepis from scratch and try your xorg changes and see if maybe my install went bad somewhere although I see lots of discussion on other forums about screen problems with this chipset. Intel Corporation Chipset Host Bridge rev 04 Again, the chipser looks fine, but when the desktop loads, the chipeet flickers and is wrapped around the left hand side. Remember that while I initially needed to turn off kernel mode setting in Ubuntu 9.
I prefer the second method, disabling kernel mode setting. November 7th, 1. This isn’t restricted to windowed areas though, the desktop itself suffers as well.
I searched extensively on Google before posting but all the information cvc 5 years old.
It mostly occurs when switching screens or opening several windows. Adding extended input device “Sleep Button” type: Screenshot-Bug in xserver-xorg-video-intel Ubuntu: Adding extended input device “Power Button” type: This notebook runs fine the live edition of Lubuntu