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> On Dec 15, 2015 17:09, "O. Hartmann" <ohart...@zedat.fu-berlin.de> wrote:
> > I have a Lenovo ThinkPad E540 with an i5-4200M CPU and HD4600 iGPU and
> > nVidia GT740M. I tried CURRENT (FreeBSD 11.0-CURRENT #3 r292258: Tue
> > Dec 15 13:22:31 CET 2015 amd64) with most recent X11 (xorg-7.7_2,
> > xorg-drivers-7.7_3, xorg-server-1.17.4,1). kldstats reports
> > Id Refs Address Size Name
> > 1 26 0xffffffff80200000 1245288 kernel
> > 2 2 0xffffffff81447000 7b328 drm2.ko
> > 3 1 0xffffffff814c3000 c98c8 i915kms.ko
> > so I suppose KMS-capable kernel module for detecting HD4600 iGGPU is up
> > and running. The notebook has a HD4600/Optimus nVidia GT740M
> > combination, there is also a firmware switch to select between
> > "Integrated" (supposedly HD4600) and "Accerlerated" (nVidia Optimus
> > GT740M).
> > I'm not able to have a graphical screen either with "intel" or "nvidia"
> > set in /usr/local/etc/X11/xorg.conf.d/xorg.conf. The Xorg.log reports
> > about " no device found".
> > This incident is announced earlier due to the fact I use a vt() based
> > kernel, UEFI boot and on all systems (with IvyBridge or older) this
> > method finds the iGPU, reports some properties of the possible ports
> > available due to i915kms and then switches into a higher resolution
> > mode instead remaining in that clumsy 640x400 resolution.
> > Either way what is configured in the firmware (using "Integrated" right
> > now) I'm incapable of getting any graphical screen or any indication
> > that the iGPU or the nVidia addemdum GT740M exists.
> > I read about successfully installed graphical screens on recent
> > CURRENT with Haswell iGPU graphics - so am I lost with that Optimus
> > hardware? Or is CURRENT still not handling all Haswell chips?
> > Kind regards,
> > Oliver
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