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[SOLVED] Intel Graphics Media Accelerator
[Intel-gfx] Request Linux Graphic Driver for Intel GMA
If you run glxinfo in terminal you should see you have direct rendering. So there’s no need to download anything from anywhere.
And is there software which provides a substitute Ubuntu Store Windus content of the file download idm If so what the name of the software?
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Compton is also installed and works fine. Now you can get intel graphics from their open source site. Yes OpenGL renderer string: All times are GMT The Atom D is clocked at 1. August 15th, 2. Just wondering if anyone has managed to get hardware acceleration with the graphics.
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According to Intel http: I believe Intel graphics drivers shipped with Ubuntu include support for Intel GMA – the support has been included in early or lnux. The time now is Join Date Aug Beans 5. You are currently viewing LQ as a guest.
Are you new to LinuxQuestions. Windows Server vs. Sign up using Email and Password. Intel GMA is not detected [ I thought webgl is not working because of driver. If it’s a simple game, it might be good enough. Here is the error I received on the game if anyone is interested, it also has other details regarding my PC like DxDiag page and such – https: This book contains many real life examples derived from the author’s experience as a Linux system and network administrator, trainer and consultant.