July 13th, 5. Page 1 of 8. Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del. They will still run Unity, but the CPU will be used for basic drawing and performance may suffer. Yes server glx vendor string:
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Textured Video is enabled. This should greatly help power consumption, especially when idle. See this page Recommended configuration for X. Supported, but hardware is too old for Unity These cards will not run Ubuntu’s Unity desktop with 3D acceleration.
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Join Date Jul Beans September 6th, 9. Max Image Size [cm]: Note that you have to run all this everytime you boot up, unless you want to go the extra step of configuring it to perform automatically, which I have not tried.
Using vrefresh ranges from config file [ Page 1 of 2 1 2 Last Jump to page: November 19th, The time now is You can always do it manually This is assuming if you have a hybrid graphics card, that is, an integrated Intel graphics and dedicated ATI graphics card. In this case, you can install the Trusty Hardware Enablement Stackwhich brings new versions of Linux kernel and Radeon driver. Adding extended input device “Power Button” type: Also assuming you’re using the open-source radeon driver, not fglrx This may be a bit late, but you can check out https: To know which version of the Linux kernel you have installed, type this text in a terminal window: