ASPEED AST2400 DRIVER DOWNLOAD
To be filled by O. Failed to load module “ast” module does not exist, 0 Failed to load module “ast” module does not exist, 0. Also still see ‘Failed to load module “ast” module does not exist, 0 ‘ in Xorg. They provide me a xorg. The system is running in low-graphics mode Ubuntu I use netboot to install Ubuntu Wed Sep 14
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Wed Sep 14 I use netboot to install Ubuntu How can I fix this asy2400 You need to log in to change this bug’s status.
This seems to aepeed the slow graphics issue on the desktop, but does not help with the slow rendering on the login screen. To post a comment you must log in. The AST is a server graphics chip.
CONFIG_VIDEO_ASPEED: Aspeed AST2400 and AST2500 Video Engine driver
Running Kernel version 4. Also, it is not permanent. Comment on this change optional. We noticed the issue first starts with Ubuntu Our issue is that the video output is very very slow at updating. Changed in xorg Ubuntu: They found the “modesetting” drm driver loaded and the xorg-server running will cause segmentation fault which is logged in Xorg. Other bug subscribers Subscribe someone else. Hi madbiologist, Thank you very much for your reply.
Debian is also using a newer kernel which has problems with this aspeed chip. Even the TTY framebuffer console can be slow at rendering.
We open a window or click a menu and we can see each line of the display being drawn very slowly. Asg2400 provide me a xorg.
[v2,08/11] arm/dts: Add Aspeed ast device tree – Patchwork
No upgrade aspee present probably fresh install dmi. Email me about changes to this bug report. But they have no idea for this segmentation fault. Thank you very much for your reply.
Failed to load module “ast” module does not exist, 0 Failed to load module “ast” module does not exist, 0. This helps, but doesn’t completely solve the slow video rendering and tearing. Also still see ‘Failed to load module “ast” module does not exist, 0 ‘ in Xorg.
Similarly, the login screens respond very slowly to keyboard input and mouse lags and jumps around. Apparently the AST driver at2400 hardcoded to look for it’s firmware.
There are two possible fixes we found, but they may just be covering up the issue rather than fixing it:.
Thu Sep 8 The system is running in low-graphics mode Ubuntu OK, this is not good: To be filled by O.