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Graphics driver for MediaQ MQ-200 chipsets


io-graphics -d mq200 [option[,option...]] ... &

Runs on:

x86, PowerPC, MIPS, SH4


For the io-graphics options that you can use with this driver, see io-graphics.

Options specific to this driver:

The full path to the configuration file that is required to display to an LCD display. (If you don't specify a configuration file, the default displays to a CRT monitor.) The sample file is /usr/photon/config/mq200.conf.


The driver provides accelerated 2D support for the specified graphics chipsets.

If you use a configuration file for this driver, you must use the mode_opts option of io-graphics to specify its location. For example, mode_opts=/usr/photon/config/mq200.conf.

Supported chipsets

Acceleration features

Feature Provision
Solid fills Yes
Pattern fills Yes
Onscreen blitting Yes
Offscreen blitting Yes
Chroma-keyed blitting Yes
Alpha blending No
Raster OPs Full
Bitmaps Yes

Other features

Feature Provision
Hardware Cursor Yes
TV Out No
Video capture No
DPMS (power saving) Yes

Resolution and refresh support

Display size (pixels): Refresh rate (Hz): Color depth (bits per pixel):
640x480 60, 70, 75, 85 8, 16, 32
800x600 60, 70, 75, 85 8, 16, 32
1024x768 60, 70, 75, 85 8, 16
1152x864 60, 70, 75, 85 8, 16
1280x1024 60, 70, 75 8


This driver needs the following at run time:
Software rasterization library.

See also:

crttrap, devgt-iographics, io-graphics