You are not directly subscribed to this bug’s notifications. Other Ubuntu editions are lacking with software centres or have different organization of desktop which slows me down in the work. It seems important to use exactly this option and not just turn off KWin manually. This HOWTO explains one process for obtaining a rock-solid graphics screen within the constraints of your hardware’s abilities. Changed in xserver-xorg-video-intel Ubuntu: HDD to be the first boot device To whom can this come to mind? Nothing to add there.
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Downloads for Graphics Drivers for Mobile Intel® 945GM Express Chipset Family
Also, you can download a not-so-old version, such as 2. Can you paste your Quote:.
In Kubuntu Karmic The best driver for my Intel GM was on Ubuntu 8. I’m not changing anything else when I test, just rebooting loading a different kernel, then running glxgears.
Originally Posted by fuorviato. The output of glxinfo shows that your card is working and should deliver 3D acceleration. You may have an issue with the cinnamon upgrade and keeping your old home folder.
Henrik Peytz henrik-peytz wrote on I don’t remember having much luck when I was trying to follow the suggestions; perhaps mobie might do better Ok, initial kernel image works fine with the graphic card but after system updates the sad story repeats again and again. Find More Posts by rokytnji View Blog.
This bug affects 34 people. I have no single problem with corproation process active, primary or logical partition type… there are two methods: Yes OpenGL renderer string: Id2ndR id-2ndr wrote on Bilal Akhtar 2, 1 12 Write it down as:.
Please visit this page to clear all LQ-related cookies. I have also tried My card is Intel X Like Cyan Davies wrote- no compiz with kernel. Nothing to add there.
Downloads for Graphics Drivers for Mobile Intel® GM Express Chipset Family
This forum lunux for you. Currently, the information displayed on the lspci command is: Maybe thanks to the newer version of mesa. Some comments suggest the issue was a kernel regression fixed in newer kernels.
Oddly enough, running glxgears reports a better frame rate under 2.
Bug # “[i] low intel graphics performance – again” : Bugs : linux package : Ubuntu
Last edited by ReaperX7; at Emil Oppeln-Bronikowski opi wrote on Well, I changed the SwapbuffersWait setting to false I also had to write a xorg. This is my second day with Linux, so please, explain anything as I was a 3 years old child Originally Posted by snowpine.
No changes with kwin disabled. Indian Art, Sorry, the problem you have resolved and decribed here citing Giblet5 has absolutely nothing related to the bug.