Which video driver
nigel at rmk.co.il
Thu Apr 10 11:10:58 CDT 2008
Sven Boden wrote:
> It depends on your hardware... NVidea seems to be the best supported,
> ATI second (if you're lucky in your card selection, my current ATI card
> is very hard to get working correctly).
> If you have have an
> NVidea or ATI card just go to
> http://albertomilone.com/nvidia_scripts1.html and install EnvyNG. It
> can get most configurations working (if it will work at all).
> This is one of those areas where windows is still better than Linux... but I have faith that will change ;-)
I should have said that the 1525n has the x3100 chipset which has an intel on-board video.
>> Date: Thu, 10 Apr 2008 18:22:47 +0300
>> From: nigel at rmk.co.il
>> To: linux-desktops at dell.com
>> Subject: Which video driver
>> I have an Inspiron 1525n running Kubuntu Hardy Heron (beta - up-to-date) and, whilst
>> checking in the 'System Settings', I noticed that the video driver being used is the
>> 'Vesa' one.
>> Although it works well and everything looks OK, I would like to enable 3D acceleration.
>> Which driver should I use?
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