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    Hybrid graphics support for Ubuntu

    Resolution on the way, or not?

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    Re: Hybrid graphics support for Ubuntu

    can you please be more specific with your question? What graphics card are you specifically referring to?

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    Re: Hybrid graphics support for Ubuntu

    AMD RADEON 7XXXX SERIES
    AMD CATALYST DRIVERS


    we have 150 laptops, all using AMD, impossible to migrate 12:10

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    Re: Hybrid graphics support for Ubuntu

    AMD RADEON 7XXXX SERIES

    AMD CATALYST DRIVERS 7570M with INTEL HD 4000


    we have 150 laptops (dell ultrabooks Inspiron 14, all using AMD) impossible to migrate 12:10
    Last edited by Carlos Araujo; November 8th, 2012 at 03:48 PM.

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    Re: Hybrid graphics support for Ubuntu


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    Re: Hybrid graphics support for Ubuntu

    follow all the forum guides to install vr 12.10. The problem is reported in askubuntu unsuccessfully.there is an incompatibility between XORG (ubuntu) and the version of the drive AMD.


    moreover, does not work fglrx.

    common problems
    no acceleration
    unity not working
    High temperature processor
    fan working uninterrupted

    DELL
    Last edited by Carlos Araujo; November 8th, 2012 at 04:20 PM.

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    Re: Hybrid graphics support for Ubuntu

    Sounds like a good reason for staying with the LTS...
    Especially with a large deployment as you describe.

    Hybrid graphics support is sketchy in Linux in general,
    let alone with cutting edge releases.
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