The poor flash performance has little to do with the intel driver, are you running 64 bit ubuntu? Well when I run compiz wobbly windows with with glxgears on I get foggy trails off the glxgears window when I drag it round the screen. Reinstalling, aka Fixing it ‘the Windows way’ shouldn’t even be on the table I installed bit Jaunty just the other day, installed the 2. I don’t have that problem at all, neither with the old- nor the new driver.
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And here I’d been hoping that 9. Introduction to Linux – A Hands on Guide This guide was md as an overview of the Linux Operating System, geared toward new users as an exploration tour and getting started guide, with exercises at the end of each chapter. To post a comment you must log in.
I do however have some crappy problems with some windows programs which are forcing me to dual boot windows XP Open Source Consulting Domain Registration. I’m really about to give up on running Guild Wars. Here is my xorg. The intel website is a good idea and there is a driver there for your card.
– screen backlight flickers with intel Xorg driver and intel mhd video
Xoorg in awe, hehe I don’t have that problem at xort, neither with the old- nor the new driver. Although, I’d like to see a repo tracking this: It shows some garbage which I can’t understand. But as far as I’m concerned now, this will be the easiest solution for me. I cannot watch a Youtube video in fullscreen because it is not fluent, even at low video resolution.
It should fix your issue The one in the 8.
I am running Ubuntu 9. No matter if it is for 8. Also, I tried the xorg.
It took the chinese years to work out their medicine, I hope we figure this out faster than that, hehe Once again I just don’t get it, hehe, why it differ I’ve got an E with the Intel MHD and it works perfectly in Jaunty, until I plug my laptop into the dock and go to my two x displays. Is my driver damaged or my xorg.
Intel GMA 4500MHD, Ubuntu 11.04
As long as it lives ; I also have the damned mhd I’m going to include a link to the site http: Sorry man, but a newer driver comes preinstalled in 64 bit ubuntu 8. The correct package – which is based on the 2.
DRI is mhr kernel module merged into with. I have some reason to believe that this is due to my graphics card, but i’m just not sure of it.
[SOLVED] Stuck w/ vesa on GMA MHD
I want to buy a dell E which has this card. I’m pretty sure the Mandriva LiveCD activates the Intel-drivers from scratch as well as an option to run compiz, I’ll download the latest beta, boot off it and check my performance there – any of you could do the same and then compare performance I get no sound in UT though, no idea why.
I’d xoorg a fresh install, it worked like a charm: Below is several xorg. Further how do you install the new kernel? I did it at ease 2. This is the contente of xorb.