Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 140996
Dell Poweredge 420 Server video not supported
Last modified: 2007-11-30 17:10:55 EST
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Description of problem:
I just got a brand new Dell PowerEdge SC420 server. I installed FC3
and Xorg would kill the video signal and the keyboard as well every
time upon boot.
Logs say it found an "Unknown Intel Chipset". It took a while to
figure out that the driver is loading is the Gereric Vesa driver and
the only resolution it supports is 800x600 16. Once I forced this
mode, X came up right away.
Anyone knows what Video is this thing using? Dell doesn't say. Is it
supported by Xorg? My quess is not.
All I know is the Chipset on this board is the Intel E7221. A chipset
I couldn't even find on the Intel site. Is this custom made for Dell
I can't work on 800x600. Is there a workaround for this problem?
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Start machine
2. wait for X to kick in
3. Monitor signal is gone
4. keyboard is gone
Actual Results: There is no monitor signal or keyboard
Expected Results: X to start
Temoporary work around is to edit xorg.conf to default to 16 bit
had to add "base=0xf0000000 size=0x800000 type=write-combining" >|
to get it to work at all .
VESA VBE OEM Product: Intel(r)CopperRiver Graphics Controller
Please attach the X server log file and config file, and
/var/log/messages from after starting up a failed X session, as
individual uncompressed file attachments. Also attach the
output of "lsmod -v" and "lsmod -vvn".
Once you have attached the requested information, we will review
the details, and try to determine the cause of the problem.
Thanks in advance.
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Setting status to "NOTABUG" due to lack of information.