Mario Charest <email@example.com> wrote:
“Leon Woestenberg” <> firstname.lastname@example.org> > wrote in message
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I’m using a Toshiba Portege 320CT, which has a panoramic screen size:
1024x600. The video chip
is CT65555 (hiqv driver).
crttrap (in effect devgt-iographics) does not find this
1024x600 mode (it does find 1024x768).
I’ve tried to find out how I can tell the graphics driver to only use the
1024x600 Photon space.
Also, in another approach, I tried finding options to Photon how to reduce
the used workspace to only 1024x600 (having the driver just run in the
Is there a way to make this work?
I doubt there is. I beleive (not really sure) that the driver used the
to switch resolution. If the BIOS isn’t telling QNX that 1026x600 is
If i’m right, there isn’t much that can be done without a custom driver or a
This is correct.
The devg-chips_hiqv.so driver gets the available resolutions from the video
BIOS, so unless you can get a bios upgrade with 1024x600, there is nothing you
can do from a driver standpoint.