Now going to reboot with a custom 2. This file is intended for use by Developers. Did you ever solve these problems? Eh, at least I learned how to customize the kernel, more xorg config, and a whole lot of other stuff Heh, at least I’ve had less trouble than many people when I upgraded to current, so that’s a plus,. Upgraded evdev without any issues, though.
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Finally, their shader compiler is very buggy. Even VBO were dis-functional. Last edited by witek; at X crash, black screen or unstable xorg. I would enjoy to read about more recent experiences on that regard. I started wondering about the inteldrmfb driver, and reading on, I started thinking that the intel driver, xrandr, and xorg might not be used for changing resolutions.
Less scene complexity, no shaders, less stress on the graphics subsystem and you can easily hit 60 FPS with moderately complex stuff. This file is intended for use by Developers.
Now not only does it crash, but while it runs direct rendering is about half what it was before. The time now is MateoPelOli 1 1 7.
Sign up using Email and Password. Have been running with this for two days now, and no problems outside of the usual. Are the drivers stable enough for real world use i. Unfortunately stuck with elinks, links, or lynx for a browser at the moment. Org Foundation support at http: Didn’t get this error running dwm. In real world, I had to wrote a dedicated OpenGL 1.
Nitel expand this out to be a more general point: The crash was normal, though. Visit the following links: Click Here to receive this Complete Guide absolutely free.
Testing Assaultcube and Urbanterror, in xfce, I have to shut down X completely because the monitor shuts off.
Even though we kept our code limited to very basic stuff, no shaders and stuck to GL 1. Hi everyone, as I don’t have available hardware to make tests, I was wondering if anyone around here has experience with OpenGL applications on Windows with Intel graphics chips?
I’ll try to compile the intel driver without kms and a few other things before I finally throw in the towel, but for the most part I’ve had it. Don’t try to share contexts, either.
One of the biggest issues of downgrading, which I presume is going to be a problem for when I upgrade is linking problems. Hopefully I’m not annoying the heck out of anyone by keeping this thread alive when it should have died before it was written, Anyway.
The first time I tried downgrading I had a lot of failed packages, then I downgraded from the slackware II Macintosh mouse button emulation: Intel has been around since the beginning.