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A lot people does not understand that RPM and DEB based distributions does not have any strict control how they are handled by the maintainer. Thanks for any input! I am sure software 3D rendering works, but not hardware 3D rendering when using the X11 open source driver for the R Radeon model. I’ve always wanted to. I have had difficulty installing the drivers and I’m open to running a newer version of Ubuntu.
Find More Posts by Maxei. Don’t expect the performance to be as good as a separate video card with ddr3 ram, but it’s OK.
You are currently viewing LQ as a guest. Could you post also your xorg.
As an alternative, you can install a newer release of Ubuntu. Enable EXA for 2D acceleration if it is not enabled.
Thanks for the feedback, i92guboj. Also, I’ve actually installed both Gentoo and Arch in the past, but never really did much with them.
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Find More Posts by jman82s. Using a distribution like Gentoo, it compiles to your specifications. I’m familiar with the fact that compiling from source gives one the ability to set flags and optimize, and I think it’s great.
Find More Posts by forum What sets apart Gentoo from pre-compiled distribution is the ability to optimize the compiler to make the program more efficient. Supported, but hardware is too old for Unity These cards will not run Ubuntu’s Unity desktop with 3D acceleration. ATI proprietary driver, fglrx, does support hardware 2D and 3D rendering at a cost of reliability and stability. Be our hero. Sign up using Email and Password. This driver provides 2D and 3D acceleration in your video hardware.
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Even 2D support is troublesome. If you go to the AMD page and go through the choices, you land here: To know which version of the Linux kernel you have installed, type this text in a terminal window: How did you linnux it? Chances are that you have a newer kernel try with uname -a and X stack dpkg -l xserver-xorg ; fglrx drivers do not support this configuration. The X11 driver that I might be using is radeonhd instead of radeon because the radeonhd supports console restore that radeon lacks for the R model.
Years ago, I used to have an Nvidia card running with Mandrake 8.