Brutal Legend is the only one I've tried where I'm getting these framerate drop and artifacting issues. Still cannot create a custom resolution with more than 24p refresh rate. It is not commercial product by Intel, but is available for the open source community. Depending on how old your monitor is then the 4K support in it might not be that good. I have not had success driving a 4k monitor from a Lenovo.
The new -current update includes a new kernel still 3. From my understanding booting with nomodeset is what keeps me from switching terminals. I realize this kind of weird because I'm not actually asking a question, but I wanted to put this information up in case someone else has a similar problem. I still get the artifacts on faces sometimes. There was a release for U13. I'm now running a vanilla Slackware install; the only extra step was to make an initrd including the ext4 module as that's my root filesystem. Using the first Screen section.
Also I'd like to try the Gallium3D driver. I really hope you get it to work. Also, the desktop is mirrored rather than extended. Maybe changing from 24Hz to 30Hz fix it, I will only know once I manage to do it. There are some new Gallium3D drivers that I haven't seen since I published my original unofficial Mesa package for 7. Checking dmesg shows: iwlwifi 0000:02:00. I'm a complete newbie in Linux, can you help me to update my drivers? Org Video Driver, version 19.
Both under Win10, as well as Ubuntu 15. Any idea is much appreciated. This worked - I can now boot without the nomodeset parameter, and the Intel driver is used when starting X. Feb 24, 2016 - 08:29am. Any idea where I might go from here? Sounds like other people Jacob, in this thread have the same issue.
If no devices become available, reconfigure udev or disable AutoAddDevices. To get it to work, I had to choose 24 Hz ;- 2. As far as I can see, the latest Intel driver in 12. Are you new to LinuxQuestions. I am running Fedora 19. I also removed some hardware support for devices my laptop doesn't have. From my understanding booting with nomodeset is what keeps me from switching terminals.
I would appreciate, if you can provide us the following information to help us understand the issue better? Make sure that you're on a fresh install though if you've mixed 12. An update on my end, I just recently switched over to Arch Linux and tried playing Brutal Legend again. If no devices become available, reconfigure udev or disable AutoAddDevices. If so and you're feeling adventurous. I'd love to play this game but for now this is the only working computer I own. Org Video Driver, version 19.
For some reason, I cannot get Windows 10 to drive that monitor at 4K resolution. Org Video Driver, version 19. Google-ing around leads to suggestions of adding external repositories, occasionally accompanied by stories of ruining their builds in various ways. Our product support matrix is expanding all the time with just recently a new support on Windows for 4th Generation Intel Core Processor with Intel Iris Graphics. It is not even appearing as an option when trying to change resolution.
To test your graphics just run a game of which you have data to compare nitel your system. I did check configure and i965 is not a valid option for --with-gallium-drivers. The Core has more total gigaflops, right? Or is this problem only concerning me? Marking this as solved as all my original problems have been solved by Slackware itself. SlackBuild and other files Pat provides e. If so, how can I do it? Also, you may want to try using responsivness tweaks for Linux, such as using a custom kernel such as for Ubuntu and deriavities. Unfortunately it seems that VirtualBox only offers this kind of support for Linux host and mine is Windows 8 :' Regards.