Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 982282
Graphics problem fixed on HP DL140 G3 needs forward porting to F19
Last modified: 2015-02-17 10:58:45 EST
Description of problem:
Problem with graphics on HP DL140 G3 fixed on F18 needs forward porting to F19 and Rawhide please :-
Sorry this is actually the MGA resolution problem that was originally exhibited in :-
basically am getting very low resolution graphics.
828665 doesn't seem to have anything to do with MGA?
Its the original display resolution problem that I experienced in the beginning on F18. Sorry due to lack of feedback on the problem and its solution on Bugzilla I was not very able to explain the problem, hence the "wrong" link.
Anyway the changes made to solve the whole problem need forward porting please.
Can someone give me some feedback on the original two bug fixes like they should have done in the first place so I know what is going on and may be bable to make the patches myself.
Can someone give me some feedback on the original two bug fixes like they should have done in the first place so I know what is going on and may be
able to make the patches myself.
I have tried installing F19 on the HP DL140 G3's but I cannot get Anaconda to install Fedora due to screen mode problems I have tried Basic Mode install but even this behaves improperly, and cmdline mode still tries to access X - I filed a bug for this https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=968037
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