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Fast compositing for example?
Qemu doesn't support 3d acceleration (with the exception of vga passthrough), so it isn't a viable alternative. Virgil3d seems pretty dead.
Are you willing to use a PPA like oibaf to improve the open source drivers performance? If yes I strongly suggest a radeonsi card which is much more future proof: you can find the most powerful one...
Agree, Xen PV vs Xen PVH vs KVM benchmarks please.
Why not? Lots of peoples here are pretty interested in what you are working on for the next release.
With qemu the graphic interface has never been as responsive as with virtualbox for me. It seems laggy, as if the pointer does not follow exactly your mouse movements. A tipical VNC behaviour.
We just have two different visions on which kind of patches a maintainer should apply :)
For me every severe regression should be fixed, but it doesn't really matter since I don't even use Ubuntu.
It makes no sense to use Catalyst at all.
Everything should be ideally applied upstream, but if the upstream isn't smart enough why should you deliberately leave your users with a broken video decoding? ;)
Oh I'm sorry, but I don't even consider Catalyshit as an option :)
Can you please share the results with HD4600?
I guess it's because of the faster CPU/ram.
It already happens with gallium nine.
But at least we have this:
niko@gentoo-desktop ~/devel/clinfo-master $ vainfo
libva info: VA-API version 0.37.0
libva info: va_getDriverName() returns 0
libva info: Trying to open...
No, AMD still has this, without even any image support:
niko@gentoo-desktop ~/devel/clinfo-master $ ./clinfo
Number of platforms 1
Platform Name ...
Wow, that's probably the fastest laptop with open drivers! Which GPU do you have?
Don't you listen to me? 300 DPI would be enough to get the best visual experience, *BUT* if you want a pleasant scaling you will need a resolution which is an integer multiple of the standard ones....
This is because you don't know how HiDPI works!!!!
With fullHD you will get either bad scaling or small fonts. If you want good scaling, then resolution has to be an integer multiple of the standard...