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I started to play with config to have external screen usable, but to no avail.
I can do everything alright on Windows. In the laptop, I have Thanks, I’ll take a look at that site.
Virtual then you can try setting with xrandr that the “other” screen is RightOf of the primary screen xrandr –output VGA –left-of LVDS finally you can statically reconfigure it all in xorg.
Any idea on how to persuade X to make internal LCD start in its native mode?
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This will give you the latest Intel drivers with support for the latest Mesa drivers. Other bug subscribers Subscribe someone else. And it makes my built-in LCD work in native mode, but solution that requires me to manually run a command every time i boot is not optimal.
I know this card is more of a business card, gm956 not really meant to put massive amounts of 3D graphics on the screen, but I’d really like to tweak with it to get the most out of it while on my Ubunto box.
Also, by default is hardware acceleration enabled linuz Intel chipsets since they have an open sourced driver base? To post a comment you must log in. By the way, sticking with old Intel’s drivers is not a good idea just because you like KDE3.
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