[CentOS] Twin HDMI

Sat Jan 18 12:44:31 UTC 2020
Fleur <afsupertek at gmail.com>

Hi John, why not try something newer than CentOS 6.8 ?
Maybe not the latest 8.1 but 7.7 is quite recent and stable.

Your (integrated) video card is :
Intel® HD Graphics 605 (NUC7PJYH)

Intel NUC7PJYH seems to be able to pilot Dual 4K display :

" ...The NUC7PJYH kit also comes with dual Ultra HD 4K display support
via two full-sized HDMI* ports, consumer infrared, and a TOSLINK audio
jack, they’ve got everything they need to stream media, play, or
finish that last-minute presentation. And with 3.2x better graphics,3
2 you can create robust entry-level digital signage at entry-level
prices for your SMB customers."
[ https://www.intel.it/content/www/it/it/products/docs/boards-kits/nuc/nuc7cjyh-nuc7pjyh-nuc7cjys-brief.html

First step is to post here the output of "hwinfo --gfxcard"

Some useful info is published here (sorry not CentOS related)



Il giorno sab 18 gen 2020 alle ore 01:07 John Pierce
<jhn.pierce at gmail.com> ha scritto:
> On Fri, Jan 17, 2020 at 8:53 AM Mark (Netbook) <mrw at mwcltd.co.uk> wrote:
> > I have an Intel NUC7PJYH running CentOS 6.8. This is a NUC with standard
> > USB, 1GbE and 2*HDMI.
> FWIW, that has a Pentium Silver J2005, which has Intel® UHD Graphics 605
> thats fairly new stuff, and centos 6 is pretty old now.
> --
> -john r pierce
>   recycling used bits in santa cruz
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