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  • chrisb
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    Originally posted by mhayden View Post


    I have the same problem. Been debugging it for a while now. ;(
    It shouldn't take that long. Do a kernel bisect and report the regression and bisect result to Intel upstream.

    Originally posted by nbecker View Post
    Downstream bug reporting is often a waste of time for bugs like this. Better to report it direct to upstream on freedesktop.org.

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  • lukasszz
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    1. Did you have any problem to run an Intel Graphic card for Gnome 3D effects or it
    works out of the box in Fedora 21? What Gnome system info shows?
    It is crucial to make all the 3D effects are being rendered by the GPU, instead of CPU. In CPU case one core is normaly used with 50% by gnome-shell.

    2. Did you also have a problem with WiFi card described by speculatrix on 03-14-2015, 04:01 AM "If it's an Intel ac7260 then they're notorious for having problems."

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  • nbecker
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    Please add any info to this BR:
    https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1219826

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  • mhayden
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    Originally posted by nbecker View Post
    VT's are unusable with kernel 4.0.4

    I'm running Fedora 21. Just updated kernel. Also same problem with F22 (liveusb).

    Switching to VT, the screen flashes and is unusable.

    I have the same problem. Been debugging it for a while now. ;(

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  • nbecker
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    VT's are unusable with kernel 4.0.4

    I'm running Fedora 21. Just updated kernel. Also same problem with F22 (liveusb).

    Switching to VT, the screen flashes and is unusable.

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  • kmpatel
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    Two finger scroll

    Can you comment on the higher level functionality of the Thinkpad Carbon touchpad in linux? Specifically, how well, if at all, does two-finger scrolling, palm-detection work under Linux. Thanks

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  • Tinu77
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    Originally posted by uid313 View Post
    The Intel graphics device driver supports OpenGL 3.3.
    http://mesamatrix.net/#Version_OpenGL3.3-GLSL3.30
    Thanks for fast reply

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  • uid313
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    Originally posted by Tinu77 View Post
    Dear

    I've plan to buy this Notebook.
    For my programming stuff I need to know if OpenGL Version 3.3 supported on the Broadwells GPU unit?

    I'll use Ubuntu 15...

    Thanks for answer. Cheers
    The Intel graphics device driver supports OpenGL 3.3.
    http://mesamatrix.net/#Version_OpenGL3.3-GLSL3.30

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  • Tinu77
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    OpenGL Version

    Dear

    I've plan to buy this Notebook.
    For my programming stuff I need to know if OpenGL Version 3.3 supported on the Broadwells GPU unit?

    I'll use Ubuntu 15...

    Thanks for answer. Cheers

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  • zangxuma
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    Legacy-BIOS

    This procedure is far less involved than UEFI and works perfectly. pin sac du phong
    In order to turn off UEFI booting you will need to boot into your BIOS and change the boot mode to Legacy. Afterward, follow the Beginners' guide for standard installation instructions.

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