|Summary:||DPMS does not work with Intel G45/G43 chipset|
|Product:||[Fedora] Fedora||Reporter:||Bob Glickstein <bobg+redhat>|
|Component:||gnome-power-manager||Assignee:||Richard Hughes <richard>|
|Status:||CLOSED WONTFIX||QA Contact:||Fedora Extras Quality Assurance <extras-qa>|
|Version:||14||CC:||ajax, Ben.Caradoc-Davies, maurizio.antillon, mcepl, richard, steve.nordquist, xgl-maint|
|Fixed In Version:||Doc Type:||Bug Fix|
|Doc Text:||Story Points:||---|
|Last Closed:||2012-08-16 22:14:40 UTC||Type:||---|
|oVirt Team:||---||RHEL 7.3 requirements from Atomic Host:|
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Description Bob Glickstein 2010-02-13 16:04:07 UTC
"xset dpms force (standby|suspend|off)" discontinues the video signal to the monitor but does not place the monitor into power-save mode. (Power-save mode on the same monitor worked fine under F11 with a different video chipset.) Screensaver/gnome-power-manager also fails to activate power-save mode. xorg-x11-drv-intel-2.9.1-1.fc12.x86_64 Reproducible every time. "xset q" reports "DPMS is Enabled." DPMS is also listed among the display extensions in the output of "xdpyinfo."
Comment 1 Ben Caradoc-Davies 2010-03-26 07:09:58 UTC
Also affects GM45 (mobile version of G45?). Using KMS. rpms: xorg-x11-drv-intel-2.9.1-1.fc12.x86_64 kernel-22.214.171.124-70.fc12.x86_64 Symptoms: Gnome screensaver / power manager does not turn screen off after configured timeout. Instead screen stays on and an "Out of Range HDMI" message bounces around the screen. Monitor is an LG Flatron L246WH HDMI on DVI to HDMI cable (on a Dell E-port). DPMS failure can also be demonstrated more quickly with: "sleep 1; xset dpms force off". Standby and suspend have the same problem. DPMS worked fine on this monitor on Fedora 11 x86_64 with a desktop GMA 3000 (965?), which also uses the intel driver.
Comment 2 Matěj Cepl 2010-03-31 22:53:32 UTC
Thanks for the bug report. We have reviewed the information you have provided above, and there is some additional information we require that will be helpful in our diagnosis of this issue. Please attach * your X server config file (/etc/X11/xorg.conf, if available), * output of the dmesg command, * system log (/var/log/messages), and * X server log file (/var/log/Xorg.*.log) to the bug report as individual uncompressed file attachments using the bugzilla file attachment link above. We will review this issue again once you've had a chance to attach this information. Thanks in advance.
Comment 3 Bob Glickstein 2010-04-01 05:07:51 UTC
Created attachment 403873 [details] output of dmesg
Comment 4 Bob Glickstein 2010-04-01 05:10:33 UTC
Created attachment 403874 [details] /var/log/messages
Comment 5 Bob Glickstein 2010-04-01 05:12:42 UTC
Created attachment 403875 [details] /var/log/Xorg.0.log
Comment 6 Bob Glickstein 2010-04-01 05:13:15 UTC
Requested files attached. My system has no xorg.conf.
Comment 7 Matěj Cepl 2010-04-13 15:07:37 UTC
I believe this is similar issue to (already resolved long time ago) bug 485601. Reassigning to gnome-power-manager for further investigation.
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Comment 9 Bob Glickstein 2010-11-08 23:54:57 UTC
Reverified in Fedora 14.
Comment 10 Steve Nordquist 2011-01-27 03:35:31 UTC
fwiw what -are- any gdk- and gtk-debug flags investigators may want to set? Clearly enough it's fine if xset whacking the same stuff corroborates an X11 dpms quirk; but at the same time I find # vbetool dpms off; wait 14; vbetool dpms on blanks in the manner of turning my Ol' Dell 2005FPW backlight off (after 10 seconds) and on as well as blackening video for that wait time. Perhaps a STOIC_MONITOR_DBE_POWERSTATE flag or n are enrolled in the xscreensaver or driver incarnations?
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