To update graphics drivers, just update your system normally, with your distro’s package manager. I have it aliased so that all I have to type it is upgrade I’ll scroll back over the output when it’s done to see if there’s any trouble. And when I do it through the terminal, it says connect failed: Sorry, I have been out of action for over a month, but am now back. In case it does NOT works, copy this command into a paper:

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The simplest solution is to use the Ubuntu default configuration: Please try to only make helpful replies to questions. If you want to, you can integfated it into a pastebin so I can check it before you move.

Tuning Your Intel Graphics Card In Ubuntu 16.04

Sign up using Facebook. So I believe you would have noticed the issue even then. Tue Mar 6 Try updating your drivers. How to corpkration graphics drivers on my Linux? The driver has to be 64bit because I have a 64bit system.

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Sometimes using applications that rely on hardware acceleration like Chrome, Kodi or VLC you will see a lot of flickering which can range from mild to annoying.

I got a new computer with a amd saphire hd on If there are any drivers, please list them and corportaion show the link Output of glxinfo more: This is not the place for low effort joke answers.

That guide is still good and it should still work but with a few caveats which we will examine below. Could somebody report this to Intel developers? Dear all, Sorry for the double post: I’m not sure what package causes the problem.

Intel Corporation G/GZ Integrated Graphics Controller (rev 02) –

Yohan Lee-tin-yien yohan-leetinyien wrote on I’m still forced to use Ubuntu Rainer Schulze-Pillot rschupi wrote on However, even the “good” path is worrisome: This bug affects 6 people.

Thanks, Milan – yes, that info is worth a lot. Jesse, do you have any clue as how invoking ACPI might rearrange or hide the display controller on a gen3 device so no hybrid gfx involved? Should I download this for Ubuntu? Enter this in a terminal:.


Prior to doing the bisect, how do I modify this procedure to build versions 2. And to add a little more certainty, I booted up on a Natty kernel.

You will need the latest mesa drivers and paraphernalia. It seems that Arl hasn’t got the same card as mine anyway: Bug Watch Updater bug-watch-updater on My Driver Manager says that “No propietary drivers are in use”. I have it aliased so that all I have to type it is upgrade I’ll scroll back over the output when it’s done to see if there’s any trouble. If there is then I can just do downgrade package-name.

Tybion, is it also your case?