How do I disable edid check on kernel command line?

Flash flashl at
Thu Jul 3 16:29:04 UTC 2014

On 2014-07-03 08:06, poma wrote:
> On 03.07.2014 13:35, Flash wrote:
>> I discovered after rebooting what seems like a hundred times that
>> adjusting MB MSI Z77A-G43 bios integrated graphic interface option
>> changes  whether graphic card was discovered, discovery  sequence,
>> system preference during boot, which graphic card recognized after 
>> boot
>> sequence, naming conventions and other behaviors at multi-user target.
>> i.e. dvi name in multi-user state could be dvi-i-1 or maybe dvi-i-1-1 
>> or
>> dvi-i-1-1-1 or Xorg may pick the device as primary; and, if I didn't
>> include the i915 graphic card in the integrated graphic boot sequence,
>> it would remain in a disconnected state.
>> I finally succeeded building a stable xorg.conf by referencing Xorg 
>> log
>> messages and adjusting the file accordingly. Manpages, documentation,
>> web searches, or other references to expected behavior didn't help.
> You probably feel like Columbus amid the discovery of new lands. :)
> It would be nice to record somewhere publicly entire travel route, 
> captain.
> poma

Truly, I don't mind the odyssey. It just become a bit irritating for me 
sometimes without error messages guiding me. :D

thanks for taking time to respond

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