Topic: Known problem: openrc udev-trigger disables video (laptop screen)
This problem seems to be already know in other distros with this hardware (Mini laptop Asus EeePc 1025C).
When udev-trigger launches at sysinit, screen goes black and stays like that for a long time. If you connect the computer to an external monitor (HDMI, for instance) it works, but the laptop screen remains off no matter what.
I had disabled udev-trigger, which allowed the computer to boot OK, with the screen working fine. You can even load the video module (gma500_gfx) using modprobe. Yet, a lot of problems rise when starting the GUI of the desktop environment (xfce in my case), like not having input devices.
I know it is possible to enable stuff by hand; but this behavior shouldn't occur. It happened when installing from the live CD too. Which almost discouraged me from installing.
Video card is detected as Atom Processor D2xxx/N2xxx Integrated graphics controller.
How can I possible fix this?