It’s just that the graphical problems are much more apparent when using the most graphically demanding one. Sign up using Email and Password. This question was expired because it remained in the ‘Open’ state without activity for the last 15 days. I recently reinstalled on of these, and I got the hardware video acceleration to work with Linux Mint 13 not the newer ones. If you want to make comment on Intel’s lack of support fine but don’t lie about it. Rss feed of the article’s comments.
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Yes, it really does not work on my board and the most important, no file to download 1. It doesn’t support kernels newer than 3. Post as a guest Name. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered.
So the problem is whenever I try to boot into the system it pops out a notification not the exact words. Does it consist in a kernel module or only an X.
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It’ll be a lot more Linux friendly as it’ll be using the same base code to power the graphics. The problem with CedarView drivers is that they are close-source, but not only that – they are not actively developed or supported by intel anymore.
And, should it be something relate to LVDS? Yes Can someone help me to solve this problem? I need a help for my intel atom n CPU graphic driver. I like AMD for their radiator fixations which are stronger than Intel’s plastic stuff, but when it comes to open graphic drivers, I must say that they suck more than Intel. After some digging, I quickly discovered that to enable my video drivers I needed to install the cedarview-graphics-driver among a few related packages.
You can remove the PPA and the installed packages with sudo apt-get install ppa-purge sudo ppa-purge ppa: Rss feed of the article’s comments. The current rules for Intel integratee easy: Email Required, but never shown.
Beware of the newest Intel Atom GPU – Tanguy Ortolo
I know, I hate it too. Besides to rewrite another driver, any other direction to troubleshoot this issue? No video driver with Ubuntu I can tell that “yuvi” knows my pain all too well. Planning on installing Kubuntu