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Date:      Thu, 29 Jan 2009 14:32:01 +0000
From:      Mark Knight <markk@knigma.org>
To:        freebsd-x11@freebsd.org
Subject:   Re: Xorg 7.4 breaks mga with G450
Message-ID:  <1532XLOh3bgJFwKw@lap.knigma.org>
In-Reply-To: <1233238588.1779.48.camel@wombat.2hip.net>
References:  <+$PUWxC8yOfJFwC1@lap.knigma.org> <1232939280.1973.7.camel@wombat.2hip.net> <alpine.BSF.2.00.0901260943380.1030@wonkity.com> <1233002689.88679.24.camel@squirrel.corp.cox.com> <alpine.BSF.2.00.0901261613410.2383@wonkity.com> <1233197046.1779.11.camel@wombat.2hip.net> <alpine.BSF.2.00.0901282132460.13788@wonkity.com> <UGsOoZHOCWgJFw9E@lap.knigma.org> <1233234690.1779.20.camel@wombat.2hip.net> <u5Jw3MNZdbgJFwIn@lap.knigma.org> <1233238588.1779.48.camel@wombat.2hip.net>

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In message <1233238588.1779.48.camel@wombat.2hip.net>, Robert Noland 
<rnoland@FreeBSD.org> writes
>Things that make you go Hrm...
>
>(==) MGA(0): Min pixel clock is 12 MHz
>(--) MGA(0): Max pixel clock is 1200 MHz

Well this might make you go "Ha":

This next log is from the same hardware that I'm now having trouble with 
Xorg 7.4.

Unfortunately it's a little older than I'd like since I don't backup 
/var/log too often:

   http://www.knigma.org.uk/scratch/xorg-good-mga-log.txt

...and the broken Xorg 7.4 version from before for comparison:

   http://www.knigma.org.uk/scratch/xorg-mga-log.txt

Cheers,
-- 
Mark A. R. Knight                               finger: markk@knigma.org
Tel: +44 7880 556751                            http://www.knigma.org/



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