I have installed ubuntu 13.10 desktop amd64 on an Acer V5-472. The laptop has the intel HD 4000 graphics chipset and a builtin 1366*768 display. When I boot with nomodeset, the internal display works ...
I have several external displays that I connect to my laptop (800x600, 1660x1050). When I put an application, such as Totem, Pure Data or Eye of Gnome, full screen (via F11) in the external display, ...
I'm using ubuntu 13.04 and got VERY bad 3d performance with intel ironlake comparing with a windows installation. Is there any way I can improve this? I already tried various paramaters of the i915 ...
Does the i915 driver support "overscan compensation"? If so, how can I enable it? EDIT: Or is there any other driver for Intel's HD4000 graphic that supports "overscan compensation"?
I would like to know if i915 driver support all the features of DirectFB. I dont know whether this is the right way to ask what i have in my mind. When i look at the code, i find that it support just ...