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Frame Buffer and i810 problem!!!
I gave up on this one already. I was searching for a solutions but seems like i cannot find any so i decided to post this thread and ask for suggestions. I've checked every possible HOWTO but still nothing. Here is the situation.
Everything worked just fine 15mins total kernel config+compile+tune up-=> voila everything's working just fine, BUT something is bothering me and i cannot fix it. The frame buffer resolution is working on "640x480-60" which is i suppose the lowest standard. It's kinda ugly to leave the resolution in console that low and i wanted to higher it a lil bit maybe up to 1024x768-70 but nope it didn't work. I've tried every single option in /etc/fb.mode but nothing. What i get after running fbset is:
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