Jim Cornette writes:
If you get error some of there types like:
no screen found.
Try the following try to configure the Xorg again.
by the command 'xorgconfig' and give the resolution of the
monitor means verticle hertz and horizontal hertz from the
manual provided by your hardware manufacture.
Mark Guzzo wrote:
> Hello all,
> I've just updated my FC3-T1 and now in X the screen/apps do not get
> refreshed unless I mouse over the area. I tried different resolutions,
> but the problem is still there.
> For now I changed the driver in xorg.confg from "i810" to "vesa"
> everything works great even if it's at 800x600 :-(
> [guzmar@LORDLINUX ~]$ rpm -q xorg-x11
> Should I bugzilla this ?
is a bug that I filed for a really slow X, lockup and with needing to put
a mouse across the menu items etc to see bits and pieces of programs.
There is a driver that I compiled from the source rpms using target i686.
If this doesn't help you out, then grab the CDROM installation driver I
uploaded on bug below.
Or you could try to apply the patch provided in
Any solution would be to file a bug against the i810 driver. Either jump
on a bug report already filed or add to one with a similar nature and
If you do decide to try the binaries that I uploaded, rename the original
driver that is currently installed in
to reflect refresh problem. (i810_drv.o.mouse-refresh or something)
Then copy the driver from bug 1086 to
/usr/X11R6/lib/modules/drivers/i810_drv.o - When you change your xorg.conf
back to i810, you might be 3D and higher resolution capable until the next
version of X with the fix comes in.
When you install the next version of X, the copied and replaced driver
will be replaced by the newer i810 driver. So to be safe, save the working
driver copy somewhere safe or vesa agan and stay until the working release
is available from the repository.
Good luck and misery has company regarding a bumbed i810 driver.