the question of course what does the "supported" means?
for us the supported means that the xvinfo gives us at least 16 port (or
more). unfortunately even with the latest7.3 beta it gives only 1.
what does it means?
it's working! you can start an X or gnome environment etc. but can't
really use the integrated graphics which means only a little bit better
then vesa mode.
unfortunately rh did not even comment my bz:-(
what i collect so far?
fedora 23 and 24 fully support it out of the box.
intel linux graphics latest release 2.0.2:
packages compared with 7.3 beta packages:
* kernel in rhel 7.3 of course only 3.10, but fedora with 4.4 kernel
working so probably 4.4 would be enough? but intel page shows 4.6.
* mesa 11.2.2 in 7.3 ok.
* xf86-video-intel 2.99.917 in 7.3 ok. but the question the build
* libdrm-2.4.68 in 7.3: libdrm-2.4.67, but probably easy to rebuild to
the new version.
* libva-1.7.1 require new version from based on epel.
* vaapi-intel-driver 1.7.1 require new version from based on nux
* cairo-1.15.2 ? in 7.3: cairo-1.14.2 we hope it's enough. i do not
believe we can replace such a basic library.
* Xorg Xserver 1.18.3 now here the funny part:-) in 7.3 it's 1.17.2, but
in the changelog of xf86-video-intel there is rebuild just because
reenable dri, since 7.3 is based on xorg 1.18!?? so either they plan to
rebase to 1.18 or it's an 1.18 looks like an 1.17?!
* Intel-gpu-tools - 1.15 ? use inside the xorg driver package
the other problem that i's still not able to download the source of the
7.3 beta. either i try to download the source isos or individual
package's src.rpm i always got an error from rh. so i can't look into
the spec file and start to build our own versions.
On 09/20/2016 04:56 PM, Trevor Hemsley wrote:
> There was a post made on the forums just recently that said that using
> on the kernel command lijne makes it work for at least some Skylake
> chips with the standard CentOS kernel.
> Skylake support is *meant* to be in 7.2 onwards.
> |On 20/09/16 15:46, Nicolas Thierry-Mieg wrote:
>> Hi again,
>> as posted a short while ago, I have a new Acer Aspire E5-575G-55DE
>> laptop and am trying to get C7 running on it.
>> This laptop has an intel i5-6200U with integrated HD Graphics 520. It
>> also has an nvidia GeForce GTX 950M.
>> Installing kmod-nvidia and bumblebee as explained  results in the
>> "Oh no! Something has gone wrong" screen. I suspect that's because the
>> regular C7 kernel and xorg-x11-drv-intel don't support the intel 520.
>> Booting into kernel-lt, it seems the intel 520 works...? This is
>> surprising because Farkas Levente's recent post to this list suggested
>> that a newer xorg-x11-drv-intel should be needed, in addition to the
>> newer kernel. But I have a bunch of OK-looking intel messages in
>> /var/log/Xorg.0.log , and glxinfo says:
>> OpenGL vendor string: Intel Open Source Technology Center
>> OpenGL renderer string: Mesa DRI Intel(R) Skylake ULT GT2
>> Question 1: does this mean the intel 520 works fully under kernel-lt?
>> If not, what should I look at?
>> Assuming the intel GPU works under kernel-lt, I could then hope to get
>> nvidia and bumblebee working. I've been using the elrepo nvidia
>> drivers for ages, but I could use the nvidia-provided installer and
>> hope it doesn't clobber anything (which I doubt...).
>> Question 2: any caveats here?
>> Finally I would need to get bumblebee working, otherwise the nvidia
>> stuff is useless. However, bumblebee requires kmod-bbswitch...
>> Question 3: I guess I would have to rebuild bbswitch  for
>> kernel-lt, but could I still use the elrepo-provided bumblebee ?
>> Thanks for any advice anyone can provide.
>>  http://elrepo.org/tiki/bumblebee
>>  https://github.com/Bumblebee-Project/bbswitch
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