Monitor shows "Input Not Supported" on a "supported" video card


#1

Trying to boot Haiku off an old server equipped with a Radeon VE for graphics, which is listed as supported by the radeon driver here:
https://dev.haiku-os.org/wiki/HardwareInfo/video/ATI

However, the monitor shows an Input Not Supported message after the Haiku bootup screen. VESA driver does work, but it is only limited to 1024x768 resolution; this is odd considering that Linux can output up to 1920x1080. What’s going on? Is this a driver issue?

EDIT: Adding to mention that this was on the Beta 1 release.


#2

Yes. Please open a bugreport at dev.haiku-os.org and include output of listdev (or lspci from Linux).


#3

I’ll get on that next week, when I can use the server again. Thanks!


#4

BTW I forgot to mention that this was on Beta 1; I’ve added that to the original post. Sorry 'bout that.


#5

Maybe try it with a Nightly; the Beta is great but it doesn’t have all the latest tweaks to the system the nightlies do.


#6

AFAIK, there was no work on graphics driver since beta1.


#7

Ok, here’s the ticket with lspci and listdev output:
https://dev.haiku-os.org/ticket/15168#ticket

Filed with normal priority, since I wasn’t sure whether it deserves to be a high or critical ticket; it does prevent Haiku from being usable, though. What do you think?