Originally Posted by Sav. I did everything as u recommanded. I’ll be there for you! May 23rd, I have a Dell Optiplex GX May 14th, 8.

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You will have to edit it with superuser privileges using the sudo command. Originally Posted by Gandalf. I started off doing what was advised in the first message, adding the modes, whatever that did.

Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del. May 21st, 9. But it still does not work well. If you have an Intel graphics card and an older version i10 Ubuntu then this page is for you.

i(4): Intel 8xx integrated graphics chipsets – Linux man page

I defined them, and instantly it all worked. I only tested with alphanumerical names though. To check out the current code, use:. I’ll be l810 for you!

RPM resource intel-i810-xorg-x11

For a better view of daily progress, please see the logs of the source code repositories. The “Monitor” section This is what your monitor section o810 look like: Org intends to support all intel chipsets from the i and upwards.

I downloaded the driver from Intel, but I can’t even run that, as it asks for the “latest kernel”, which I already have. The required knowledge to write the code may or may not be known. Some of these drivers have not yet been written or included in the intel driver, thus while everything else may work fine, TV out may not be supported depending on the encoder chip paired with your graphics chip.


You are free to update it if you know. The Intel graphics driver is currently maintained in the xfvideo-intel git repository in X.

i810(4) – Linux man page

If this is an option, I highly recommend giving it a shot. Join Date Dec Beans May 2nd, 4. It is more up to date, has similar configuration settings, and, most importantly, you do not need the i tool anymore.

May 23rd, After running dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xorg and manually selecting the i driver, my LCD monitor would fail to accept the requested video mode unless I commented out the horiz and vert refresh lines in my xorg monitor config, then it would force me to use x The modes in the “Display” subsection have to be supported by your monitor.

It does not really matter, but I prefer it short.

intel(4) — xserver-xorg-video-intel — Debian jessie — Debian Manpages

Join Date May Beans Configuring Xorg for use with Intel i and higher video cards I’ve seen a lot of people having issues with integrated Intel video chipsets. I just CAN’T get it to go over x after trying many things, including resolution, even though the chipset supports x For more information visit http: I was stuck in a low terrible k810.


xorrg You can refer to your monitor’s documentation to find them. I switch to another terminal ctrl-alt-F1 and then switch back to X alt-F7 and then it works. Device has to be the identifier name you previously gave to your graphics card. Input Device are for the devices you want to use with a section device in this file and which are not your graphics card or monitor.