First of all: I love the new Ubuntu-Release. Sadly, I cant really use it. My Laptop has a i5-CPU, which comes with integrated graphics. It seems like there is no way at the moment to change the GPU while X is running, but I'm fine with that. Basically, I just want 3D Acceleration to play some games, but I cant get fglrx to install in any way. I tried the integrated Tool for installing such drivers, but I also tried downloading them from the AMD Website. Either way my Desktop/X11 either gets screwed up or I don't have any 3D acceleration whatsoever ( I tried different options with aticonfig ). Unfortunately my Laptop does not have the option to disable the integrated GPU, so I cant test how the driver would react if there was only one card.
So my Question is: Is there any way to get 3D-Acceleration out of my Laptop?
( It might help to mention that vga_switcheroo is working to at least turn off the card im not currently using, but that does not enable 3D-Graphics )