From: Dave Airlie <airlied@li...> - 2005-02-26 05:26:24
I've just checked in a couple of patches to radeon/r200 drivers..
1. make the texture level hack into a config option.. it is necessary to
play some games.. I bet most people have it in their trees already...
2. make ycbcr on r200 dependant on a new chipset flag.. if your chip has a
broken ycbcr (r200 and rv280 look fine so far..) then the flag needs to be
set for it...
David Airlie, Software Engineer
http://www.skynet.ie/~airlied / airlied at skynet.ie
Linux kernel - DRI, VAX / pam_smb / ILUG
From: Roland Scheidegger <rscheidegger_lists@hi...> - 2005-03-01 02:00:33
Dave Airlie wrote:
> 2. make ycbcr on r200 dependant on a new chipset flag.. if your chip has a
> broken ycbcr (r200 and rv280 look fine so far..) then the flag needs to be
> set for it...
I removed support for ycbcr some time ago on everything except r200
based on the assumption that it was just a feature removed (the only
results available were for r200, rv250 and M9). However, since it
apparently works on rv280 cards, it is probably just an asic bug, in
which case it likely works on everything but rv250/M9 (i.e. it should
work on r200, rv280/M9+, and igp9100).
That's at least how I've added that now to the unified driver
which already has had all required pci id stuff...
It could still be some sort of initialization issue I guess (though I
wouldn't understand why rv280 and r200 would be identical, but not rv250).
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