The custom mode line option was unfortunately left behind when we switched kernels from the hardkernel one to a newer amlogic kernel a while back. It would need to be ported again from the Hardkernel kernel to be able to use it again, and unfortunately doing so is a bit more involved then just cherry picking a commit or two.maple121 wrote: ↑Mon Jan 04, 2021 5:18 pm@cdu13acdu13a wrote: ↑Wed Sep 25, 2019 1:40 pm@dtx
Instead of directly adding the 3440x1440p60hz video mode to the kernel, I took it as an opportunity to look into adding custom video mode support to CoreELEC.
This should let you switch to 3440x1440p60hz (Which hopefully works , I unfortunately don't have a monitor that supports that resolution to test with)
- Install this image, (preferable on a blank micro sd and not over top of your existing install.)
- Add the following to your
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- Goto Settings/System/Display/Resolution and select 3440x1440p
Can I get the similar version like this test version image?
I'm experiencing a problem for using 3440x1440 resolution with Coreelec 9.5.2(stable) version.
I tried to solve it with inserting modeline on config.ini and changed the resolution 3440x1440p60 (it was added with disp_add).
but nothing happened. it looks like modeline command is not working.
This is the reason why I'm asking you the test image.
However looking at the current kernel that CoreELEC uses, it does seem like there are entries for 3440x1440p60hz in the kernel.
What currently happens when you try to add
Maybe the values used for this mode in the kerenel are a little off, so we might be able to fix up the existing support in the kerenel to get it functioning for you.
edit: here is a test build that should support 3440x1440p60hz, you will still need to use the disp_add file but after that step it should hopefully be available and work. https://test.coreelec.org/cdu13a/public ... 795241.tar