Jan de Groot wrote:
With the move of xf86-video-intel 2.10.0 to extra, support for UMS has been removed from the intel driver. This means that KMS is a requirement now.
1. According to the comments, xf86-video-intel-xwayland-git2 is just a
duplicate of xf86-video-intel-xwayland-git. It has been orphaned.
The only difference in PKGBUILDs (apart from the package name) is that
xf86-video-intel-xwayland-git2 has 2 extra makedependencies: git and
karol wrote:http://www.archlinux.org/packages/extra … intel-uxa/ says it replaces xf86-video-intel https://projects.archlinux.org/svntogit … 7b4c6c384f so it will be installed after you update your system.You can install the -sna version via 'pacman -S xf86-video-intel-sna' if you prefer it.But, oddly, this isn't how it seems to be working. I've updated the system.
Intel's Chris Wilson has done a Saturday morning release of the xf86-video-intel 2.21.10 driver to get out more performance tweaks and regression fixes. This xf86-video-intel 2.21.0 release also takes care of X-Video support for Haswell (though using VA-API is still the best video playback choice for Intel) and various other bugs. Chris lists the bugs.
Are you using 32 or 64 bit? I thought packages starting "lib32-" were for multilib stuff but maybe I'm wrong.Try replacing xf86-video-driver with xf86-video-intel.Try replacing lib32-intel-dri with intel-dri.
Found it, it's due to the xf86-video-intel-virtual-crtc packageI have a W530, in order to use dual monitors I need to install that package (bumblebee etc)See here http://blog.gordin.de/post/optimus-guideTo sum upxf86-video-intel-virtual-crtc package -> screen blank -> no lockscreen, no applicationsno driver -> fine (lockcsreen)xf86-video-intel -> fine (lockscreen)xf86-video-intel-
Intel announced yesterday, September 7, 2013, that they've removed support for XMir, Canonical's new X11 display server that will be injected in the upcoming releases of the Ubuntu Linux operating system, from the xf86-video-intel package, the open source driver for Intel video cards.