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  • Try reverting to standard Ubuntu libvpx.

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    • That worked! Thanks! Maybe it's not worth packaging the git version of libvpx?

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      • I already removed libvpx from the ppa as a broken version get packaged.

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        • Originally posted by oibaf View Post
          I already removed libvpx from the ppa as a broken version get packaged.
          oibaf would you be able to make a physx specific driver for specific physx cards using linux libraries from Nvidia!?

          http://www.nvidia.com/object/physx_archives.html

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          • Azrael5: no, sorry.

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            • Originally posted by oibaf View Post
              Azrael5: no, sorry.

              Ok, thanks for reply

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              • Originally posted by oibaf View Post
                I already removed libvpx from the ppa as a broken version get packaged.
                ah, great, thanks. I'll just clear apt-cache and shouldn't have to lock version, then.

                another question: would you consider making another branch that only builds release versions of mesa, rather than git versions? I've been getting some occasional display hangs this week, and though it's very rare I experience those sorts of issues because the mesa developers are quite good about what makes it into git, I'm on Sandybridge graphics which aren't likely to be improved any more, and this PPA updates more often than I want or need now. however, there's no other way to get a new-ish mesa in 14.04; I think 10.3.1 was the version that added maximum openGL 3.3 for sandybridge, but the only way to get a "stable" 10.3.1+ in ubuntu is to update the entire system to 15.04, which I don't want to do. you're one of very few people who's even building newer mesa for 14.04, so I'm not sure anyone else could do this very easily.

                Thanks!

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                • Hi, unfortunately I have few spare time so I won't do a different ppa for stable release. If you have a bug make sure to report it if you want to see it fixed.

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                  • Originally posted by axfelix View Post
                    however, there's no other way to get a new-ish mesa in 14.04; I think 10.3.1 was the version that added maximum openGL 3.3 for sandybridge, but the only way to get a "stable" 10.3.1+ in ubuntu is to update the entire system to 15.04, which I don't want to do.
                    That's not quite true, I'm on 10.3.2 ("10.3.2-0ubuntu1~trusty2") just using the stable ubuntu 14.04 repository. Basically, make sure to install *mesa-lts-utopic instead of *mesa packages. New kernel is also required / suggested, install *linux-lts-utopic instead of *linux. In two months or so, when 14.04.3 is released, you can upgrade to vivid's mesa / X / kernel stack, then use *-lts-vivid packages.

                    Apt makes this a little difficult sometimes, complaining about pseudo conflicts. With some fiddling you can usually get it to work though. Google for Ubuntu Hardware Enablement Stack.

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                    • Hey, thanks for that! I knew about -lts-utopic for the kernel, but not for mesa. Took a little dancing to get the oibaf ppa removed and the upstream stuff installed, but working now.

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