You need to log in to change this bug’s status. Running Kernel version 4. This helps, but doesn’t completely solve the slow video rendering and tearing. We open a window or click a menu and we can see each line of the display being drawn very slowly. If so, I wouldn’t worry about it running in low graphics mode.
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Running Kernel version 4. The AST is a server graphics chip.
Status changed to ‘Confirmed’ because the bug affects multiple users. Debian is also using a newer kernel which has problems with this aspeed chip.
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You need to log in to change this bug’s status. Ast24000 use netboot to install Ubuntu We have tried several “desktop” distributions: OK, this is not good: Moving the ast kernel module from one system do another doesn’t do anything, but switching between 4.
Bug # “The system is running in low-graphics mode (Ubunt” : Bugs : xorg package : Ubuntu
This helps, but doesn’t completely solve the slow video rendering and tearing. This bug affects 4 people. This seems to fix the slow graphics issue on the desktop, but does not help with the slow rendering on the login screen. They provide me a xorg.
Failed to load module “ast” module does not exist, 0 Failed to load module “ast” module does not exist, 0. No upgrade log present probably fresh install dmi.
Apparently the AST driver is hardcoded to look for it’s firmware. Thu Sep 8 Other bug subscribers Subscribe someone else. Ubuntu, Fedora, Xubuntu, Lubuntu, and Debian.
Support for ASPEED AST2400/AST2500 PWM and Fan Tach driver
As well as several versions of Ubuntu. Our issue is that the video output is very very slow asy2400 updating. Is this a server? There are two possible fixes we found, but they may just be covering up the issue rather than fixing it:.
If so, I wouldn’t worry about it running in low graphics mode.
Xorg support for Aspeed AST VGA controller [solved] – SystemRescueCd
We open a window or click a menu and we can see each line of the display being drawn very slowly. Also still see ‘Failed to load module “ast” module does not exist, 0 ‘ in Xorg.
How can I fix this issue? We have narrowed the issue down to specifically to Linux Kernel version 4. Similarly, the login screens respond very slowly to keyboard input and mouse lags and jumps around.
Also, it is not permanent. Launchpad Janitor janitor wrote on Wed Sep 14 They found the “modesetting” drm driver loaded and the xorg-server running will cause segmentation fault which is logged in Xorg. But they have no idea for this segmentation fault.