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  • Mesa 10.6.1 Brings A Bug-Fix For Dota 2 Reborn

    Phoronix: Mesa 10.6.1 Brings A Bug-Fix For Dota 2 Reborn

    Mesa 10.6.1 was released today as the first point release to Mesa 10.6...

    http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pag...0.6.1-Released

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    Currently looks like this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oafFg3GZGSk

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      Haagch, Don't use the slider. Turn the renderer to max, add most features and boom works flawless, when i used the slider initially I got a black screen but I have been playing it since 16.0 using the technique i described. ~100fps non framelocked 60 solid when using it... I still need to record a better video to show that radeonsi handles it pretty damn well.

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        hmm, steam on ubuntu 15.04 will not even launch with the open source drivers.

        after I install Fglrx it starts...

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          Originally posted by madjr View Post
          hmm, steam on ubuntu 15.04 will not even launch with the open source drivers.

          after I install Fglrx it starts...
          That has to do with Steam and not the drivers themselves. Apparently Steam has some pretty old drivers so you have to find them and delete them yourself, then steam will be forced to use the installed drivers. Why Steam has drivers of their own is logical, but why they don't update it is a mystery.

          http://askubuntu.com/questions/50634...performance-pr

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Sethox View Post

            That has to do with Steam and not the drivers themselves. Apparently Steam has some pretty old drivers so you have to find them and delete them yourself, then steam will be forced to use the installed drivers. Why Steam has drivers of their own is logical, but why they don't update it is a mystery.

            http://askubuntu.com/questions/50634...performance-pr
            Steam doesn't ship drivers. It's because they force their own libstdc++ and friends on their applications, and the FOSS drivers need newer versions of these basic libraries to run (due to LLVM, so mostly only radeon).

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