System info shows graphics unknown so I guess the slow response problem in unity is due to that. Is there any way to get some drivers to my card?
I have a GMA 950 graphics card and my computer is a Eeepc 1008HA.
Same on Dell Mini 9.
This is a similar situation to what I had with my Intel® 965GM. My system info was also showing my graphics card as unknown in Ubuntu 11.10, and after a while (a few days later I installed Ubuntu 11.10) my Unity 3D was broken. I could be able to select "Ubuntu" but it acted like I was using Unity 2D.
I found out that it is related to OpenGL and I applied this command:
1.Remove NVidia drivers
(I know you didn't install any NVidia drivers, I also didn't install but in my case there were NVidia drivers installed somehow.)
2.Remove your xorg.conf
3.Reinstall xorg completely
5.Restart your computer
After I applied all of these commands, my Unity 3D was back and when I check system info, this time Ubuntu recognized my Intel graphics.
This is from Hardware Support Wiki I would suggest if you have a low-powered system you may want to try Lubuntu or resort to using something the hardware can support.
Asus Eee PC 1008HA
Works very well. Very nice optimization for this device!
Ubuntu Netbook Remix 9.10 Karmic i386
Ubuntu 10.10 Maverick i386