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Ubuntu 12.04 Driver for Intel Cedarview (Atom-(N)2000- und (D)2000-Serie)

There is a ppa repository with drivers for ubuntu 12.04 at http://ppa.launchpad.net/sarvatt/cedarview/ubuntu/
With the following steps, you can get accelerated X working with the Intel Cedarview Chipset on Ubuntu 12.04:

# Just add the repository http://ppa.launchpad.net/sarvatt/cedarview/ubuntu/ to your APT:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:sarvatt/cedarview

# Install the add-apt-key utility
sudo apt-get install add-apt-key

# Install the Repository KE
sudo add-apt-key 0x4c96de60854c4636

# Make apt-get update
sudo apt-get update

# Make apt-get upgrade to verify that your system is up2date
sudo apt-get update

# You can try to Add "video=LVDS-1:d" to GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT variable, if your don't see anything remove it... on one of my Systems it's working, on a second device it doesn't.
sudo vi /etc/default/grub

# if you're using PAE kernel, remove it and install generic kernel
sudo apt-get install linux-headers-generic linux-image-generic
sudo apt-get remove linux-headers-generic-pae linux-image-generic-pae

# Install the cedarview drivers
sudo apt-get install cedarview-drm libva-cedarview-vaapi-driver cedarview-graphics-drivers

# Change Option "AIGLX" to "Off" because 3D isn't working (default settion)
sudo vi /usr/share/intel-cdv/X11/xorg.conf.d/61-cdv-pvr.conf

# Update the Grub Bootloader
sudo update-grub2

# Reboot the System
# sudo reboot


70 Responses to “Ubuntu 12.04 Driver for Intel Cedarview (Atom-(N)2000- und (D)2000-Serie)”

  1. Nice article.

    I tried it and is working fine. still not full performance but works with 2d acceleration and I could play 720p videos with out problem.
    Youtube 720p is a bit slow.

    Is there a way I could work this on Arch linux.


    Posted by iqmaster | June 28, 2012, 9:06 pm
    • The simplest is to get the ArchLinux fbdev_drv.so for your /usr/lib/xorg. Then find the latest Meego kernel .rpm and download it, complete with modules, and make that your default kernel.

      There is something about the embedded MeeGo framebuffer that allows fbdev_drv.so to respond to a ‘Modes “HorizontalxVertical” line in your /etc/X11/xorg.conf file.

      Posted by vtailor | July 4, 2012, 9:07 am
      • One more point: You can’t really tell much of a difference between the full MeeGo powervr package and the simplified fbdev_drv.so approach. Things bulge out of the screen in both instances. And fbdev_drv.so is surprisingly fast as you can verify using the peacekeeper benchmark.

        Posted by vtailor | July 4, 2012, 9:09 am
        • I have native resolution working with the fbdev driver on Archlinux a while ago. really very easy to setup by issuing (#pacman -S xf86-video-fbdev) and automatically configure Xorg by (#X -configure) but the problem is that I can’t play youtube videos. they are too slow.
          I tried your setup on Ubuntu and is working great. I can use mplayer to play HD movies smoothly.
          The point in my using Archlinux is that it is cutting edge distro and always the most up-to-date and using Meego kernel changes that concept.

          Posted by iqmaster | July 8, 2012, 11:50 am
  2. Mine complains on this:
    xabix@HTPC:~/.config$ sudo apt-get install cedarview-drm libva-cedarview-vaapi-driver cedarview-graphics-drivers
    Reading package lists… Done
    Building dependency tree
    Reading state information… Done
    Some packages could not be installed. This may mean that you have
    requested an impossible situation or if you are using the unstable
    distribution that some required packages have not yet been created
    or been moved out of Incoming.
    The following information may help to resolve the situation:

    The following packages have unmet dependencies:
    cedarview-drm:i386 : Depends: dkms:i386 (>= 1.95) but it is not installable
    Depends: linux-headers-generic:i386 (>= 2.6) but it is not going to be installed or
    linux-headers-generic-pae:i386 (>= 2.6) but it is not going to be installed
    cedarview-graphics-drivers:i386 : Depends: xserver-xorg-core:i386 (>= 2: but it is not going to be installed
    Depends: xorg-video-abi-11:i386
    E: Unable to correct problems, you have held broken packages.

    but bc I run 64bits precise?

    Posted by XabiX | June 29, 2012, 12:33 pm
  3. just in case you think it’s because wrong dependecies:

    xabix@HTPC:~$ sudo apt-get install linux-headers-generic
    Reading package lists… Done
    Building dependency tree
    Reading state information… Done
    linux-headers-generic is already the newest version.
    0 upgraded, 0 newly installed, 0 to remove and 0 not upgraded.
    xabix@HTPC:~$ sudo apt-get install dkms
    Reading package lists… Done
    Building dependency tree
    Reading state information… Done
    dkms is already the newest version.
    0 upgraded, 0 newly installed, 0 to remove and 0 not upgraded.
    xabix@HTPC:~$ sudo apt-get install xserver-xorg-core
    Reading package lists… Done
    Building dependency tree
    Reading state information… Done
    xserver-xorg-core is already the newest version.
    0 upgraded, 0 newly installed, 0 to remove and 0 not upgraded.
    xabix@HTPC:~$ sudo apt-get install xorg-video-abi-11
    Reading package lists… Done
    Building dependency tree
    Reading state information… Done
    Note, selecting ‘xserver-xorg-core’ instead of ‘xorg-video-abi-11’
    xserver-xorg-core is already the newest version.
    0 upgraded, 0 newly installed, 0 to remove and 0 not upgraded.

    Posted by XabiX | June 29, 2012, 12:35 pm
  4. I followed the above steps, after having installed Lubuntu 12.04 on my dn2800mt with 4 gb ram.

    Unfortunately, the screen is now full with colored lines so the system is totally unusable.

    Any suggestions?


    Posted by Phil Troy | July 1, 2012, 5:22 pm
    • After the installation of driver, you should set memory information to the kernel. I had same problem and its solved.
      Open grub,
      sudo nano /etc/default/grub
      then change GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT=”mem=4G”
      save and close,
      then update-grub,
      then restart system

      Posted by Tolga | January 30, 2013, 9:26 pm
  5. mine didn’t work as I am on a 64 bits OS and you need to have 32 bits one.

    Other blog:

    Posted by XabiX | July 2, 2012, 6:55 am
  6. Any ideas for getting a proper driver in Debian Squeeze? I compiled my own kernel 3.4.2 and I get proper resolution but cannot play HD videos, screen freezes if you close the lid and external VGA doesn’t work. Any suggestions would be great!

    Posted by riokerr | July 4, 2012, 10:32 pm
  7. Thanks for a great post, this got my Atom D2700MUD running much happier than with VESA!

    One thing though, I followed the instructions in the order presented on my PAE kernel and I ended up with an unusable system.

    In order to get this procedure to work for me I had to reboot using my newly installed non-pae kernel BEFORE executing this command :

    # Install the cedarview drivers
    sudo apt-get install cedarview-drm libva-cedarview-vaapi-driver cedarview-graphics-drivers

    I used grub-customizer to set the default to the new, non-pae kernel. I also used it afterwards to append VIDEO=LVDS-1:d to my GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX. It’s a neat little tool.

    If you don’t reboot, it looks like it builds the drivers for the (pae) kernel currently running.

    Hope this helps someone!

    Thanks for the great post.


    Posted by Cameron | July 5, 2012, 2:48 am
    • You are right, I did the same thing on my Netbook HP 210 with n2800 and it is working alot better than the fbdev driver.

      Posted by iqmaster | July 8, 2012, 11:36 am
    • I also have Intel D2700MUD board. This method worked fine for me first time. But after a fresh Ubuntu install I tried to install drivers again. But this time Ubuntu graphical user interface did not start mentioning screen resolution is too low. I tried to install linux-kernel-3.4.0 as mentioned in the comments. But this time when X starts I saw colored lines across the screen. Any ideas how to fix this? Should I add module names to /etc/modules.

      Posted by Erdem | August 21, 2012, 1:46 am
  8. For me it works with a pae kernel.

    $ uname -r

    $ lsmod | grep cedar
    cedarview_gfx 385374 4
    ttm 64734 1 cedarview_gfx
    drm_kms_helper 32561 1 cedarview_gfx
    drm 196349 6 cedarview_gfx,ttm,drm_kms_helper
    i2c_algo_bit 13199 1 cedarview_gfx
    video 19068 1 cedarview_gfx

    which allow me to have 1280x1024x60 resolution. Are you talking to higher resolutions?

    I did put before rebooting this in the kernel line:
    mem=4G video=LVDS-1:d

    Posted by xabix | July 5, 2012, 7:59 am
  9. I installed it on a Ubuntu 12.04
    Intel D2700DC board with 1Gb Ram
    Now I can play MPEG-2 and MPEG-4, really well, the only issue I see is that the max resolution I have now is
    1399×768, no 1080p, that will make it perfect.

    Great work, thanks again.

    Posted by mjoogoo | July 5, 2012, 3:51 pm
    • hi!
      did you tried xbmc? how’s it workin’?
      i’ve got the same intel model, but with 4gigs of ram – after installation of the drivers i can’t see any difference in xbmc’s speed.. 7fps in the menu if i’m lucky, and a very simple avi movies are played also slowly.. any ideas?


      Posted by PEEJAY | January 23, 2013, 9:16 pm
  10. Hi!

    I tried this exactly as listed above with Lubuntu 12.04. I have a dn2800mt motherboard with a solid state drive, 4gb ram and an acer t230h 1920×1080 display. (I am not attempting to use its touch screen capabilities). I rebooted after attempting to remove the pae; my grub-2 loader told me that I still had the pae version so I tried sudo apt-get remove a second time and there was nothing to be removed. I then installed the cedarview drivers, made sure the aiglx was set to off (it was), updated grub2 and rebooted.

    I got garbage, i.e. colored lines across the screen so dense that I cannot event attempt to do anything . And yes I did remember to put in mem=4g when booting.

    I really like the n2800 but need for it to be able to work at 1920×1080, even if at lower color bits per pixel. I do not need 3d, I do not even accelerated 2d; I just need 1920×1080 or 1920×1200.

    I would really appreciate any/all help on this.

    Thanks . . .

    Phil Troy

    Posted by Phil Troy | July 8, 2012, 5:07 am
    • You might have to manually select the non pae kernel from the grub menu by holding shift during bootup. If that’s the case perhaps try running

      sudo apt-get remove cedarview-drm libva-cedarview-vaapi-driver cedarview-graphics-drivers

      reboot, again in non-pae kernel try the install command, and finally reboot again!

      That’s all I can think of. Mine is the 2700MUD board, and I’m using the VGA port with monitor only capable of 1280×1024, so I don’t even know for sure if the higher resolutions are possible. If I go to the Displays menu, the highest resolution I can set is 1440×900, which is strange because it shouldn’t be showing me resolutions higher than what my monitor can support anyway. Also don’t forget to try the video=LVDS-1:d kernel option if you haven’t already.

      Posted by Cameron | July 8, 2012, 5:28 am
  11. To Remove a old Kernl just follow this steps:



    Posted by lukas | July 8, 2012, 10:28 pm
  12. Hi!

    I’ve started from scratch with a clean install of Lubuntu 12.04 with a VGA connected monitor (1920×1080)and follow these steps:

    sudo add-apt-repository ppa:sarvatt/cedarview

    sudo apt-get install add-apt-key

    sudo add-apt-key 0x4c96de60854c4636

    sudo apt-get update
    sudo apt-get update

    I skipped the step of adding “video=LVDS-1:d” to GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT since I did not know how to add the parameters. Do I add them inside the quotes of the existing parameter, or do I remove the existing parameter.

    sudo apt-get install linux-headers-generic linux-image-generic

    sudo apt-get remove linux-headers-generic-pae linux-image-generic-pae


    removed the pae kernels using Lucas’s link (Thank you Lucas – I also thank Cameron for his suggestion.)


    sudo apt-get install cedarview-drm libva-cedarview-vaapi-driver cedarview-graphics-drivers

    I didn’t need to change this since it was already off # Change Option “AIGLX” to “Off” because 3D isn’t working (default settion)
    sudo vi /usr/share/intel-cdv/X11/xorg.conf.d/61-cdv-pvr.conf

    sudo update-grub2

    sudo reboot

    The drivers are installed, but Lubuntu graphical user interface does not start. I can tell the drivers are installed since the font size that comes after GRUB is much smaller than before.

    I try editing the kernel boot parameters by picking the version (the non-recovery version), typing e, removing the ro and the quiet and one other parameter. I add in a space followed by video=LVDS-1:d without quotes.

    I start it up by hitting f10

    I get the new smaller font

    I got a message /dev/sda3: 143189/3915776 files . . .

    The next message is mountall: fsck / [318] terminated with status 1

    I check by logging into a console shift control f1) /etc/fstab and it looks okay

    I repeat the boot and after the terminated message it continues with a bunch of starting and stopping messages until it stops at starting printing spooler/server

    At this point in time I can only think of a few possibilities, none of which seem likely to me:

    – the solid state drive I am using is bad (not likely since the blocks in this partition have never been used until recently and also because I reformatted the partition before using it)

    – I didn’t use a swap drive (since I have 4gb of ram)

    – I should use regular ubuntu instead of lubuntu (but I don’t want to since this is an atom running on a dn2800mt without a fan).

    – The driver works in 1920×1080 in boot up mode since there is no color; when it tries to work with 24 bits of color (which I presume is the default) it somehow exceeds the allowable 8MB of ram the driver can access. This does not seem likely to me since 1920 * 1080 * 3 (for 24 bits) comes to 6220800 bytes, less than 8MB

    FYI, when I go to tty1 uname -r returns 3.2.0-26-generic

    When I try sudo service lightdm start it tells me that lightdm start/running, process 1456 and flashes me over that view (which is still stuck). FYI, lightdm is the display manager for Lubuntu (as well as regular Ubuntu?)

    In the console (shift control f1 window) I am able to sudo apt-get install a program so I seem to have write access to the drive

    I tried rebooting in recovery mode and noticed that I had gotten (I may have gotten it before as well) a message very similar to uring bootup, I was seeing
    udevd[1061]: failed to execute ‘/lib/udev/mtp-probe’ ‘mtp-probe /sys/devices/pci0000:00/0000:00:1d.0/usb2/2-1/2-1.4 2 3’: No such file or directory

    Following a posting on the web, I did sudo apt-get install libmtp-runtime

    I restarted with recovery mode and still got the terminated with status 1 message followed by the boot process just sitting there after “starting cups printing/spooler server [OK]”

    Any help would be much appreciated. I think I am almost there and I like the n2800 for what I use it for (a very small low powered machine hooked up to an extra monitor that I use it for web browsing and synergy keyboard and mouse sharing while doing development work.)

    Thanks, and forgive me for any excessive detail.


    Posted by Phil Troy | July 9, 2012, 5:29 am
  13. P.S. I installed sudo apt-get install gdm and then picked it as the display manager and I booted and am running at 1920×1080 on Lubuntu. I tested it with a 1920×1080 youtube video and it seems to work just fine.

    So lightdm does not appear to work properly with the new drivers when installed with Lubuntu.

    I would still be interested in suggestions for fixing it.

    Thanks again . . .


    Posted by Phil Troy | July 9, 2012, 5:56 am
  14. can someone send me the output for the following command on dn2800mt motherboard with these drivers.

    lspci -v -s 00:02.0

    mine reports only 1M memory and i am not sure if this is correct or not.

    Posted by JD | July 12, 2012, 4:38 pm
  15. From a D2700:

    00:02.0 VGA compatible controller: Intel Corporation Atom Processor D2xxx/N2xxx Integrated Graphics Controller (rev 09) (prog-if 00 [VGA controller])
    Subsystem: Holco Enterprise Co, Ltd/Shuttle Computer Device 4012
    Flags: bus master, fast devsel, latency 0, IRQ 44
    Memory at dfc00000 (32-bit, non-prefetchable) [size=1M]
    I/O ports at f100 [size=8]
    Expansion ROM at [disabled]
    Capabilities: [d0] Power Management version 2
    Capabilities: [b0] Vendor Specific Information: Len=07
    Capabilities: [90] MSI: Enable+ Count=1/1 Maskable- 64bit-
    Kernel driver in use: pvrsrvkm
    Kernel modules: cedarview_gfx

    Posted by XabiX | July 16, 2012, 10:02 am
  16. Will this be ported to Debian soon?

    Posted by rowan | July 25, 2012, 11:32 pm
  17. On an MSI U180 netbook using Ubuntu 12.04 I could not adjust the resolution to anything other than 800×600.
    Installed the driver as per instructions above. All is now hunky-dory, and my resolution has become 1024×600.

    Hooray! and thanks.


    Posted by MikeR | July 31, 2012, 6:16 pm
  18. Hey, I just want to say Thank You! Your advice saved much time. It’s working perfect on our INTEL ATOM D2700 runnung Ubuntu Linux 12.04 LTS Desktop 32bit

    For your tag cloud: linux, intel, atom, d2700, d2000, GMA500, support, driver


    Posted by patrick | August 2, 2012, 1:11 pm
  19. Does anyone have this working on 64bit…as this is a 64bit chip?

    Posted by Andrew | August 14, 2012, 5:43 pm
  20. Is there a way to make these drivers run on 10.04?

    Posted by Chiel | August 20, 2012, 8:28 pm
  21. Thanks for this thread. Working now for me on ASUS 1025c with 12.04 LTS (Windows install) and 3.2.0-29-generic kernel (with kernel reboot step before installing cedarview drivers). NOTE: I had to comment out the GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT line entirely (no quiet splash) in /etc/default/grub and then the display came up perfectly at 1024×600. (I haven’t looked into why, but I’m very happy to be running at screen resolution on my 2GB/SSD modified 1025c!) Good luck to others using this ASUS netbook.

    Posted by Dan | August 29, 2012, 5:52 pm
  22. Worked perfectly.

    BTW, you have a typo –

    The second instance of “sudo apt-get update” should be “sudo apt-get upgrade”

    Posted by Orwellophile | September 18, 2012, 5:27 pm
  23. Thanks for this thread i managed to get it working on several D2700MUD mITX boards with Ubuntu 12.04!

    Although the overall 2d performance is very sluggish, is there a way / method / trick that i can improve this?

    We have 4gb ram and 60gb ssd’s in there and the cpu isnt under allot of load, so my main suspect is the GFX driver / hardware.

    I really want to improve the effectiveness of this hardware, i hope anyone can assist me with this.



    Posted by Guidion | September 21, 2012, 12:10 pm
  24. This is not working for me.

    I’m using the Gigabyte Q2006 netbook which uses the Atom N2800. When I get to where the login screen should be, a window pops up saying that my screen, graphics card, and input device settings could not be detected correctly. Then I can boot into a command line. I am using the drivers in the ubuntu repos. Is the drivers in the ppa different?

    Posted by Charl | September 27, 2012, 11:10 pm
  25. Well it works fine when I don’t install the libva-cedarview-vaapi-driver package and I boot into recovery mode. I guess I can just keep booting in recovery mode? What is different when you boot in recovery?

    Posted by Charl | September 27, 2012, 11:35 pm
  26. Okay so the difference between recovery and normal mode that caused the problem was the “vt.handoff=7” line in the grub configuration. It works when I remove that line and boot into normal mode. But I still have not installed the video acceleration driver (libva-cedarview-vaapi-driver). I will test to see if things go bad when I install that package again. I am using lightdm by the way. Will also try gdm later on today.

    Posted by Charl | September 28, 2012, 1:18 pm
  27. Great! Things are working now with video acceleration installed. “vt.handoff=7” was definitely the problem. I just need to install a video player with hardware acceleration. It looks like totem does not support this. VLC and mplayer-vaapi in this PPA ppa:sander-vangrieken/vaapi does support it. I will check the CPU usage and post the result

    Posted by Charl | September 28, 2012, 4:05 pm
  28. Does this work for 12.10?

    Posted by samkostka | October 7, 2012, 9:25 pm
  29. Great job gentelmans!
    Just waiting for the repos for Ubuntu 12.10 (3.5).

    Is it somehow possible to accelerate the XBMC? As mplayer works great and smooth the XBMC is pure. Full HD is only a dream…


    Posted by krzykoz | October 21, 2012, 2:18 am
  30. Super Anleitung. Funktioniert “out of the Box”. Vielen Dank

    Posted by richi | October 29, 2012, 10:06 am
    • Did anyone tested with Ubuntu 12.10?
      with the beta drivers provided within the kernel instead of Sarvatt ppa.
      Besides it looks like this ppa has been replaced by a package in multi-universe repository.

      Posted by XabiX | October 29, 2012, 10:17 am
  31. screen macroblocking …. in 1080p

    screen noise especially when displaying actors names…

    what the hell..

    anybody know how to fix it ?

    Posted by xtaci | October 31, 2012, 9:39 am
  32. I couldn’t get Ubuntu 12.10 to work at all. Only by blacklisting the cedarview driver and falling back to the standard vesa driver (800×600 resolution). So I am sticking to 12.04.

    Posted by Charl | November 4, 2012, 9:29 pm
  33. Great tutorial worked form me thanks- Had Asus x101ch that I couldn’t get to work with HDMI and this fixed the issue

    Posted by Jeff | November 10, 2012, 8:20 am
  34. It works fantastic, Thanks!!!!

    Posted by adela burd | November 16, 2012, 2:59 pm
  35. Hello all,
    I’ve just succeeded (?) with drivers installation under Intel DN2800MT with XBMCbuntu 12.0-BETA1 installed, but… nothing has changed – no drivers are visible, system remains slow (processor used in almost 100%).
    Question is: whether I did something wrong or drivers does not support this ubuntu version?
    To give you more details what I did:
    – pae kernel was replaced with “3.2.0-35-generic” – all others kernels were completely purged;
    – drivers were installed as in the provided manual
    – “quiet splash” was replaced with “mem=4G LVDS-1:d” under grub.cfg
    – Lightdm.conf was replaced with the one dedicated to cedarview
    Thanks in advance for any clues…

    Posted by Tomasz | December 27, 2012, 8:02 am
  36. This Sarvatt ppa is deprecated:
    These packages are now in 12.04 in multiverse as of 8/17/2012, please don’t use this PPA.

    Therefore you just need to activate multiverse repositories to get it working directly.

    I am still using 3.2.0-35 generic kernel. Did someone tried with newer kernels directly available in 12.04 repositories like 3.5 ? Any enhancements in the latest kernels?

    Posted by xab | January 4, 2013, 11:48 am
  37. With the latest quantal xserver-xorg version, now you can get unity and xfce working directly with 12.10 (fbdev driver).

    Performances are worth than cedarview drivers but with xfce it’s great so far.

    Posted by Xab | January 7, 2013, 10:09 pm
  38. Thank you very much for this article ! 🙂

    I had meet problems on my netbook “Medion Akoya E1229” that uses an Intel Atom Cedarview Dual Core N2600 on an Xubuntu 12.04 .

    Thanks to this article, I have full 2d acceleration, the vga output working and I can select a screen resolution of 1024×600 instead of 800×600 .

    I do one other thing in the end of the setup. I install gdm in the aim to replace lightdm because lightdm doesn’t support special screen resolutions like 1024×600.

    I use this command : sudo apt-get install gdm.

    Thanks again 😉 !

    Posted by Jaime.Gemelo | January 21, 2013, 10:22 am
    • How come yours didn’t default to 1024×600 without a driver? My gateway lt40 used 1024 by 600 with no drivers, and lightdm has full support for 1024 by 600.

      Posted by samkostka | January 22, 2013, 3:27 am
      • After I installed Xubuntu, when I logged on my session, I open the display options of XFCE. And the only option I can get on my Akoya E1229 was the 800×600 resolution. And the vga output of my computer wasn’t detected.

        When I tried to specify manually the 1024×600 resolution, I was not applied (tried with xrand commands)

        When I installed these drivers with the method of this article, I can now select 1024×600 and have vga output detected.

        Lightdm doesn’t work for me. Maybe the version that I have get some bugs : I see a black screen after initialisation of Xubuntu system. On an another website, they advice in the aim to resolve this issue to setup gdm.

        Posted by Jaime.Gemelo | January 27, 2013, 9:55 pm
  39. Hello!
    I’m installed cedarview driver’s seems like you, but I used cedarview-drm libva-cedarview-vaapi-driver cedarview-graphics-drivers files from ubuntu 12.04 repository.
    I have 1080p but mplayer works with some bugs if I play up to 6 videos(3 videos looks fine) from videoinput (/dev/video[0-5]).
    I’m install mplayer-vaapi but vaapi do not work. It says:
    XFree86-DRI missing on display :0.
    vainfo says this message too…
    What’s happen? May be you can help me? Sorry for my poor English…

    Posted by Khariton | July 25, 2013, 11:18 am
  40. I have a N2600 based SBC with 2G RAM. I’m trying to get the graphics working with the instructions provided here. But I have trouble after updating the xserver-xorg-core. My screen goes blank. I verified only HDMI. Looks like that is needed to install the cedar driver. Now I don’t know how to proceed further. I’m yet to install cedar driver. I would really appreciate if somebody could help me.

    Posted by psk | April 5, 2015, 5:31 am


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  9. […] mencari driver grafis/VGA-nya. Tampilannya jadi kurang sesuai. Butuh driver CedarView GMA 3600 dan sedikit trik untuk dapat bekerja dengan baik. Dan setelah berhasil, ternyata kinerjanya tidak secepat Ubuntu […]

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  11. […] mencari driver grafis/VGA-nya. Tampilannya jadi kurang sesuai. Butuh driver CedarView GMA 3600 dan sedikit trik untuk dapat bekerja dengan baik. Dan setelah berhasil, ternyata kinerjanya tidak secepat Ubuntu […]

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This in the personal Blog from Fabian Siebler, a Lead Developer and Projektmanager from Germany.