not yet under 14.04 repos...
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not yet under 14.04 repos...
Well. If is so hard to do it by heuristic ( I agree it is)..
Turn some default DPI values, like 96, 120, 140, another ones into a easy way to be changed by users ( not all possible market dpi, but...
This is the problem.
It's not about what you think ( sorry, Iím being honest) but what I want and need.
nor everyone want use this 96 dpi. not everyone have an eagle eyes . It's really annoying....
gnome ( from official repository)
kde ( from official repository)
Linux mint ( from night repository)
unity ( default )
resolution = not Ultra resolution but just full hd...
It's not just a gnome problem.
ubuntu, mint, kde they all allow us to change the font dpi but not the display one.
xrandr dpi never works. scale turn everything a mess.
when using under full hd my...
another inconsistency that f@#$@#$%#$%$ my mind...
] Loading extension GLESX
[ 13.224] (II) fglrx(0): [DRI2] Setup complete
[ 13.224] (II) fglrx(0): [DRI2] DRI driver:...
Another inconsistency under Ubuntu.
Laptop muxless intel+AMD
The vainfo and vdpauinfo always return the intel driver never the catalyst one.
maybe inside fglrx-pxpress . It's from canonical.
So.. Who forget of rip off this from catalyst?
I'm not the only with this service running...
I'm not trolling. IT's real. After install catalyst ( or the ubuntu pxp hibrid program) I have a service called YES that consume 100% from my 4 cores.
Look for a service called "YES". and kill it..
No idea what is this but it's the one doing this heavy load cpu.
Yeap. post from phone..
most of problematic muxless and catalyst are junniper family
No ports wired to ati card, just intel?
Give me your xorg log and I show you or your output path is set to ati or your bios is set to software control
Low end = dv series
mid range envy series...
some hp's work. most the low ends ones.
DV4, DV5, DV6, DV7.
Most of DV4 and DV5 that have the advanced option in bios ( search for the boot key trick).
Your notebook will just work with catalyst...
Yes and NO.
If you are lucky to have a notebook and inside your bios the option to change the trigger of the default output card ( yes muxless one ) or your bios manufacture coded by default the ATI...
No! The one is for A+A cards or a+I muxed. A+i muxless still not supported and if work in your notebook is a bug not a feature.
If you try to load A+I cards using fglx he tell you that your card...
finally. Nautilus become a piece of nothing.
something similar from dolphin can be great.
nothing about official support to muxless cards..
Still using blacklist to some muxless cards when loading the fglx driver before intel driver
hd3000+AMD6850m still far a way of work... IF...
Last updates seems solve this and dri_prime/offload.
The onl thing that bug me is I cant use YET the offload to load the ubuntu by default or browsers.
Ubuntu load exporting globally the...