So the comp just decided to do things differently today Though I’m not sure what I could do with that information, too bloody much code to go through in mesa and X to figure out what, why, and how. Even VBO were dis-functional. Though in this one, I just want to see what are all the errors everyone has been having with this chip, and what happens. Before upgrading, I had upgraded libdrm to 2. Instead it might be the fb driver that needs to be changed.
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Of course there are no graphic goodies available, but for general computing 8285g works. Intel has been around since the beginning. So I don’t forget Now using intel 2.
If you’d like to contribute content, let us know. Also, there is a slight problem I opengk seen before, a rather odd problem that is worsened when I run xfce, on dwm 5.
Earlier versions of xorg worked fine with the G, just from memory, that’s Zenwalk 5. Nothing’s changed since last edit.
Support for Graphics Drivers for Intel® G Graphics Controller
Mesa version on slack Well, after going through this link. Well, unfortunately, I never did solve it. BobNutfield The problem is when they changed the driver to be more reliant on the kernel rather than xorg I still don’t understand it fully, but that’s my best guess. Either way, I’ll still keep an eye out, and once there seems to be a fix, I’ll upgrade, but until then, I’m running Slackware -current and xorg, mesa, and libdrm from Slackware I opejgl have the ig. Keyboard, mouse, poweroff switch doesn’t work.
From what I understand they support OpenGL 2. Thanks to files prepared by ‘matters’ I finally made 2. Well, back to google Failed to submit batchbuffer: Forget about structures, arrays, loops and indexing – all will bomb in different, exciting ways.
I think it has something to do with this crt monitor. Upgraded Slackware-current again just a few hours ago. Testing Assaultcube and Urbanterror, in xfce, I have to shut down X completely because the monitor shuts off.
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Don’t try to share contexts, either.
Supported APIs for Intel® Graphics Controllers
Anyway, I’m trying them again, perhaps the last time I didn’t use both at the same time. BB code is On. 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.
Find More Posts by BobNutfield. Have been running with this for two days now, and no problems outside of the usual. Anyway, I’m not finished yet, I’m just burnt out.
I am not certain but I think I was using libdrm 2. Failed to submit batch buffer, expect rendering corruption or even a frozen display: Using vrefresh ranges from config file II intel 0: I haven’t been able to find any, and I’d love to see some.