Perhaps worth trying to fall back to the old UXA acceleration method?

Option      "AccelMethod"  "uxa"


On 22/09/16 19:41, russell.poffenber...@xcerra.com wrote:
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> Hi Akemi,
>
> Thanks for the link, but none of the info made a difference. The only
> thing I found was that trying to have the Xorg configuration, without
> setting i915.preliminary_hw_support set to 1 will cause the system to
> crash when it tries to start X.
>
> Guess I will have to wait until there is a newer kernel.
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> From:         Akemi Yagi <amy...@gmail.com>
> To:   EL Repo General Mailing List <elrepo@lists.elrepo.org>
> Date:         09/22/2016 10:47 AM
> Subject:      Re: [elrepo] skylake and nvidia
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> On Thu, Sep 22, 2016 at 7:38 AM, <_russell.poffenberger@xcerra.com_
> <mailto:russell.poffenber...@xcerra.com>> wrote:
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> This didn't work well for me. I have a SuperMicro X11SSV-Q motherboard
> with an i7-6700 (6th gen i7) processor. When I enable this option, the
> system boots (although I can tell that it does something different,
> the standard font that the bootup messages display in is smaller, and
> I get a bunch of DRM warnings).
> However, once the Centos login screen appears, it is like the screen
> is twice as wide as it is supposed to be, but I can only see the right
> half of the screen on the monitor. The mouse will slide to the left
> off the border and take as much movement to get back on the visible
> screen. I can blindly login using the keyboard, and my desktop
> appears, but again, only apparently the right half. If I move the
> mouse, say up and down without clicking the buttons, it is like it is
> dragging a shade over the screen with the mouse. I can right click,
> then slide the mouse down and reveal the right click menu.
> Obviously it is not really useable in this state.
> Perhaps something in Xorg.conf that needs to be tweaked?
>
> ​I don't have the relevant hardware, so cannot test, but you may want
> to try the options listed here:
>
> ​_https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Intel_graphics#Skylake_support_
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