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You should check your about:gpu section in Chrome/ium. In older PC's HW Acceleration is disabled by default and you only can enable it by overriding the settings in the about:flags. Open the about:flags in your address bar Look for Override software redendering list Click "Enable" Restart Chrome/ium You can also start chrome using chrome ...
I had the exact same issue except that I run VirtualBox 4.3.12r93733 on a Windows 7 host, not OSX. After trying many different things without success, I had a look at the linked VirtualBox bug report which claimed "fixed as of 27 May 2014 in VirtualBox 4.3.x and later releases". The very last comment (as of today) has a link to a recent CD image for the ...
you can use glxinfo to test if your X server is using the GPU driver. glxinfo queries X server about its OpenGL version, renderer string, Visuals supported and other infomation. glxinfo | less
Try the following command if you're running Unity: /usr/lib/nux/unity_support_test -p It will tell you if you're using a Software renderer.
GLAMOR is an acceleration library merged into the X.Org Server 1.16 that provides 2D acceleration implemented over OpenGL so X.Org DDX drivers no longer need to implement 2D-specific code-paths. GLAMOR is designed to be universal amongst OpenGL / OpenGL ES supported hardware. Ubuntu 13.10 To install it on Saucy install the following package: sudo apt-get ...
Your Ubuntu video driver does not support 3D. You need to install the opensource driver or the ati catalyst driver
I tried Mint and Ubuntu and also installed the XFCE and LXDE versions of Ubuntu. Still it lags a lot. I don't know the details, but in such cases is either, graphics card incompatible (if it's only the animations and no the real RAW performance) or a hardware failure, like memory or HDD. Troubleshooting this may prove not be easy. You need to install ...
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