Debian Multimedia :: No 3d Acceleration Intel 945 + Slow Scrolling Web Pages?
Mar 9, 2011
Running Squeeze, with kernel 2.6.32-5-amd64. I do not find out how to enable 3d acceleration with my Intel 945 embedded graphics card. Also having very (i mean VERY) slow scrolling in some webpages (such as apple website, or danielestulin.com website). I tested the following "Hardware Acceleration Stress Test" with Epiphany, Iceweasel and Firefox, and the best rate I get is only 3 fps...[URL].. I tested the Chess game included with default Squeeze install, running in 3d mode, and definetely there is no acceleration at all...
Here's my glxinfo output:
name of display: :0.0
display: :0† screen: 0
direct rendering: Yes
server glx vendor string: SGI
server glx version string: 1.2
server glx extensions:
When using the very nice opengl screensavers, rss-glx, etc. the screensavers are very choppy.I tried modifying my xorg.conf but still no go.Anyway to get the rss-glx screensavers to run at normal speed?I read online that Intel disable the hardware acceleration.This is a work laptop but I just wanted to see if I could get it going.
I recently installed Debian Jessie on my computer with M2A-VM motherboard and Radeon X1250 graphics card. The problem I am having is some games are running extremely slow, Torc and Mame64. I ran glxgears and it displayed gears running nicely. I ran glxinfo and it said direct rendering yes. It also displayed a lot of lined ending with none or slow. How I can make the graphics card run faster?
I'm seeking workarounds for this problem:When you mouse scroll in website with java content (happens often for with these: [URL], then X crashes and everything goes back to gdm screen. It happens mostly when I'm down in the page and mouse scroll up back into the direction of the java content. I'm running Karmic + FF 3.5.7 + Java Plug-in 1.6.0_15 + NoScript 184.108.40.206.
When I was 12 fedora with graphics acceleration worked well and without problems but now I installed fedora 13 dvd compatible with everything when I installed it and no problem only in go to System> Preferences> Desktop Effects I came with a message.
3D graphics acceleration not available. Desktop effects require hardware support for 3D. I was surprised what I came out.
And try to end with the console
But most disappointing is that I do not use Nvidia, ATi, Intel only: / will get more info put this command and I miss it.
what all graphics functionality does Intel's i915 graphics driver support?( blending,blitting ).By looking at the source code it appears to me that it support just 'fill rectangle' and 'image blitting'.Is that all?
I've made a persistent live USB out of an amd64 Cinnamon iso, but it has problems running on my old Dell XPS Studio 16.The laptop has an ATI Mobility Radeon HD 3670, and all needed packages are installed (Xorg, libgl1-mesa-dri, xserver-xorg-video-radeon and firmware-linux-nonfree), but the system starts without video hardware acceleration.I've read that I have, in this case, to tell to use the srivers in /etc/X11/xorg.conf. To do it, I first stop lightdm and do it in tty, but it fails with a long output.how can I give you that tty output? I tried both with > and with tee, but the file I indicate as output is created empty.
I have search the web quite a while about issues with the Intel Dual Band Wireless-AC 7260 Wi-Fi/Bluetooth card. It seems plenty of people have trouble (or at least have had trouble) with it. I do have a working connection, device seems recognized etc, but it works only at a very low/annoying speed.I'm running Wheezy backports and I have firmware-iwlwifi ver 0.43 installed (from Debian testing).
Below is some system output Code: Select all$ uname -v #1 SMP Debian 3.14.7-1~bpo70+1 (2014-06-21)
I've noticed that my wifi connection is significantly slower than my wired connection. Obviously wired is always faster, but when I boot in to windoze or use Mac, the difference between wired and wifi is negligible. I'm running Debian 8 testing on a Lenovo X201 with Intel Corporation Centrino Wireless-N 1000 [Condor Peak] network card.
I've had some minor scrolling issues with iceweasel-4 which mostly did not draw my attention until yesterday when scrolling this page : [URK]. Scrolling was choppy.....
Some others things I've noticed : running iceweasel-4 in virtualbox ( minimal gnome installation Sid ) , running iceweasel-4 in virtualbox ( minimal KDE installation Squeeze with gnome-themes added to be sure ) did not have these scrolling issues.....( so is nvidia to be blamed ? ) I was about to remove the nvidia driver ( from nvidia.com ) and replace it with nvidia driver from Debian when I tried just one more step: Added deb [URL] unstable main to sources.list and upgraded libcairo2 from version 1.10.2-1.1~bpo60+1 ( squeeze-backports ) to version 1.10.2-6.1
All of the videos on tennistv are flash. The pre-recorded videos seem to play okay using iceweasel and flashplugin-nonfree but the CPU is very high. When she watches live streamed matches the video stalls and jumps, so I have been trying to figure out why. Tennistv support people say that Linux isn't supported and that streaming is "harder" but don't explain why. They suggested using Google chrome, which did seem to work as well as iceweasel but no better. In desparation I tried XP and it was much better and uses much less CPU.
The only difference I could think of was that flash video hardware acceleration works by default in XP, so I started reading up on Flash video acceleration for linux. The latest Adobe flash player releases appear to support video acceleration, but it's switched off by default. So I upgraded to the latest version and did and then restarted iceweasal if you right click on a flash video you can set hardware acceleration in a tick box, but that seems to be there whether the above is config file is there or not there isn't a live tennis match on again until June 6th. How can I tell if hardware acceleration is actually working or not? The PC is has a 3GHz CPU and 1G RAM. Seems nuts that it can't play video properly. Its a Dell SX280.
Just done a Debian Squeeze install after being sick-to-death of Ubuntu crashing. I have tried several different browsers, and all of the have an annoying scrolling action when I scroll down the page.As it's not browser specific, can I assume it's something like X-windows? This is annoying enough to get me to use another distro.
I'm trying to get full 3D acceleration working with an Intel 82865G Integrated Graphics chipset on my Arch install. I'm wondering if it's possible to get it to work with xf86-video-intel, as I can't seem to get the Intel-provided drivers to compile. As also stated, I have to xorg.conf to speak of, so I can't exactly go in and simple edit lines, unless I wrote it from scratch, which I'd really rather not do, LOL. I've tried Google (including their special Linux search mode), and LQ Search, and I can't seem to find information that's relevant enough to me that I can use. Here's glxinfo (only the (hopefully) relevant portions):
I'm having Asus F5RL Notebook and having ATI Radeon Xpress 1100. I can watch movie and play games in GL before this. Now everything seems very very slow after a full system upgrade. (Suspected xorg causing the problem)
I'm following the [URL]..AtiHowTo to setup my graphic card. How to remove/change software rasterizer to hardware acceleration? I'm enjoying full hardware speed before this dear experienced user
I've been trying to get hardware acceleration (Direct Rendering) working on my system without success. I'm not even sure if my card supports DR or not, my searchs haven't turned up a result for this question. I don't know if its the video card, nvidia packages or bad configurations. Any help with the diagnosis?
I'm a Fedora 12 user on an HP Pavilion dv4 laptop. I'm currently using kernel 220.127.116.11-99.fc12.x86_64, graphics driver xorg-x11-drv-intel-2.9.1-1.fc12.x86_64, and mesa 7.7-4. My graphics card is an Intel Corporation Mobile 4 Series Chipset Integrated Graphics Controller (rev 07).
I've been having some problems getting my 3D acceleration to work. Although it worked correctly in Fedora 11, I have not been able to get it to work yet in Fedora 12.
The output of glxinfo shows:
Running glxinfo with LIBGL_DEBUG=verbose shows:
I found a similar message here: [url]
However, I'm not sure if this is the same problem I have. What does the drm_intel_bo_busy message mean?
I've just installed a driver for ATI HD 4850, and I have a huge delay while scrolling, or when entering a folder which contains more files.(While scrolling down/up, vertical lines go down or up slowly, refreshing the image, 1 line/time if I noticed well.. takes like 2-3 secs to 'clear' the image..) I'm a total beginner at ubuntu, so please reply in standard language, or explain what to do I don't know if I installed the ATI driver properly, I just found that guide on the net..
On one Ubuntu desktop 10.04 I got an ati 4800 series using the proprietary drivers. All was working well until a reboot a couple of days ago. I am not sure if it had something to do with one of the massive updates I installed on that day. After that, operations like scrolling, moving windows etc have been dramatically slow. I tried to boot from live cd with 10.04 and everything seemed ok.
Is anyone else seeing high CPU usage with this new kernel while using Firefox 4? I didn't have this problem before this update. If I boot into the previous kernel there is no problem surfing the web with Firefox 4
This kernel update has made browsing the web very slow and scrolling the browser window incredibly slow to the point of frustration.
Should this be reported as a bug or an issue with the new kernel or has anyone already reported this issue?
In squeeze, Kazehakase just displays a blank page, regardless of how I open it (from file manager, from terminal, from mail client or from menu and bookmark.) This problem occurs with version 0.5.8-3 (i386) and goes away with a forced downgrade to 0.5.8-2. If I open it from a terminal, the program open to a blank page, and there's no output in the terminal. Does anyone else have this problem, and does anyone have suggestions on what to look for to maybe fix this? I don't see any matching bug reports, but I'm prepared to make one.
I guess this is a part deux, since I already posted one rendering issue which was eventually resolved ... having to do with the themes of this Debian Forum. Well, I don't know if this is related to that, but yesterday I noticed on another site that my Iceweasel 4.01 is not displaying portions of pages properly. See attached images. Both Chrome & Opera display that page correctly, I've included a screenshot of the same page with Chrome. I have JAVA installed and everything works perfectly fine accross the board on all browsers, except for this "once in a while" issue with Iceweasel. I've noticed this "missing content oddity" on three sites so far (out of 50 or more). No problem with eBay, craigslist, paypal, and other major players.
Open the images with a new tab, then compare both images side by side for best results. Iceweasel: [url] Chrome: [url]
My lap has a "Intel Corporation Mobile GM965/GL960 Integrated Graphics Controller (rev 03)" video card, and never took the 1280x800 resolution (that I had on windows). I searched a lot, and I installed a driver from the package manager (can't remember the name ...). Well, restart, and it's stuck at the finish of fedora loading process (a blank line). I can access to the terminal (ctrl + alt + f2) and modify kernel parameters. By the way, on gnome I could't enter to "Desktop Effects" (it threw an message like "can't enter 3D Acceleration")
I have crunchbang statler xfce installed on my netbook. And everything used to work (with some work arounds for somethings) till i updated the system last week, and now i dont have hardware acceleration. When i run glxinfo as user i get the error segmentation fault, but as root everything seems to be okey. /var/log/xorg.0.log shows that the intel driver is loaded normaly. So this looks to me that i might not be in the right group. But grep video /etc/group gives as output: video:x:44:mardo
I even tried chancing the the DRI group to mardo in the xorg.conf without sucses
Code: Section "DRI" Group "mardo" Mode 0666 EndSection
Code: mardo@crunchbang-netbook:~$ ls -l /dev/dri/card0 crw-rw-rw-+ 1 root mardo 226, 0 Mar 19 11:33 /dev/dri/card0
I have a copy of 9.10 that was downloaded at the time of the official 9.10 release. I don't know if there has been improvements made in this area since then. But but anyone know why 9.10 accesses web pages realllll slowly for me. It seems to boot up normally and web pages load normally but connecting to the web page takes a long time, like 10-15 seconds.