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Re: [Xen-devel] OS/2 Warp under XEN

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> Trolle Selander <trolle.selander@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> The baseline VGA driver is amazingly slow. I haven't
> tested with a "full" CL5446 driver yet, but even the
> generic GRADD VGA

In QEMU I have been able to get above vga resolution
using gengradd 

> is a massive improvement and provides acceptable 
> performance, at least for my own current purposes.
> Most likely, eCS has a proper CL5446 driver out of
> the box,

Was not able to get a native CL5446 driver to work

> with a bit of luck, you should be able to get as
> graphics performance as it's  possible to get out of
> HVM Xen right now.

I think I tried Scitech/IBM Display Doctor SE but I do
not remember the results. You might try this


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