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    Michael
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  • Michael
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    Originally posted by sb56637 View Post
    Isn't the i915 driver deprecated in favor of the X modesetting driver?
    i915 is the name in this context to their kernel mode-setting driver. Intel's X.Org (deprecated) driver name anyhow is xf86-video-intel

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  • sb56637
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    Isn't the i915 driver deprecated in favor of the X modesetting driver?

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  • brent
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    What does this change in practice? GPU can power down to a lower power state when it is idle and displays are off?

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  • Intel's Linux Graphics Driver To Allow Runtime Power Management Auto-Suspend By Default

    Phoronix: Intel's Linux Graphics Driver To Allow Runtime Power Management Auto-Suspend By Default

    Following a lot of improvements the past few years to the Intel Linux kernel graphics "i915" driver it looks like it's ready to enable run-time power management auto-suspend support by default...

    https://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pa..._runtime_allow
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