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    Re: intel graphics ubuntu 13.04

    Greetings,
    sudo apt-get install mesa-utils
    glxinfo | grep OpenGL | head -n3
    +1
    Amazing results! And I was happy without it!
    rrnbtter

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    Re: intel graphics ubuntu 13.04

    I don't know why Ubuntu doesn't ship mesa-utils by default. There is always this question in every development cycle.

    Is there a bug filed about this? Or is it a problem to ship mesa-utils per default?

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    Re: intel graphics ubuntu 13.04

    Quote Originally Posted by thotz View Post
    I don't know why Ubuntu doesn't ship mesa-utils by default. There is always this question in every development cycle.

    Is there a bug filed about this? Or is it a problem to ship mesa-utils per default?
    CD space is already used and there is overflow...

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    Re: intel graphics ubuntu 13.04

    Quote Originally Posted by zika View Post
    CD space is already used and there is overflow...
    It's not that big. And it's shipped I think in Fedora (already tested) and in openSUSE (also think it is).

    But I understand you.

    I have filed a bug here: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+s...s/+bug/1091214
    Last edited by thotz; December 17th, 2012 at 01:44 PM.

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    Re: intel graphics ubuntu 13.04

    Quote Originally Posted by thotz View Post
    It's not that big. And it's shipped I think in Fedora (already tested) and in openSUSE (also think it is).

    But I understand you.

    I have filed a bug here: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+s...s/+bug/1091214
    It's not me that make any kind of decisions there. Just noticing...

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    Re: intel graphics ubuntu 13.04

    Quote Originally Posted by zika View Post
    It's not me that make any kind of decisions there. Just noticing...
    I know

    So, if someone wants to check the status of this bug please do it here (my bug report was a duplicate).

    https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+s...os/+bug/914631

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    Greetings
    Originally Posted by zika
    CD space is already used and there is overflow...
    Perhaps with Steam making it's debut and games being ported to Linux, the Linux community will discover that there are these things called DVD's and that they hold more data than CD's. Ultimately the residual Jaunty crowd will get over it. I'm thinking!

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    Re: intel graphics ubuntu 13.04

    Quote Originally Posted by rrnbtter View Post
    Greetings
    Perhaps with Steam making it's debut and games being ported to Linux, the Linux community will discover that there are these things called DVD's and that they hold more data than CD's. Ultimately the residual Jaunty crowd will get over it. I'm thinking!

    rrnbtter
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    Too much resentment about the „problem“ that could be solved with a single line in terminal...
    Greetings from someone that do not feel any shame of being a member of „jaunty crowd“...
    Last edited by zika; December 19th, 2012 at 02:25 PM.

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    Greetings,
    Original by Zika
    Greetings from someone that do not feel any shame of being a member of „jaunty crowd“...
    My apologies to the Jaunty crowd. Actually I didn't know there were any left. It was a tongue in cheek statement.
    However we could learn something from Debian that is shipped on CD, DVD, USB image, Blue Ray, Net Install Image, etc.

    rrnbtter
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    Re: intel graphics ubuntu 13.04

    Originally Posted by rrnbtter


    Perhaps with Steam making it's debut and games being ported to Linux, the Linux community will discover that there are these things called DVD's and that they hold more data than CD's. Ultimately the residual Jaunty crowd will get over it. I'm thinking!
    There's also this thing called "internet" so I download .iso and boot them direct. So Ubuntu could expand to many gigabytes. I wouldn't want to run it.

    To me the virtue of the CD was it tended to keep ubuntu down to size. Now with 4G DVD's they can pile lots and lots of stuff in that I'll never ever ever use. Launcher has stuff I never ever use. etc.

    On the other hand they've dropped things I use all the time like gparted, synaptic, flashplugin, zsync, and file sharing on my local network never works unless I do an apt-get install samba. I have a setup exec to get software sources preferences, update preferences, and install a bunch of the stuff they've dropped out.

    I've tried "mini" which was a bear. At 1.5 MB internet it took forever and I was always forgetting some useful utilities,

    BTW, sometimes I just want to do something with a live boot so I use linuxmint-14 which saves the bother of installing flashplugin plus is easier for me to setup dual monitors etc. Booting from the mint .iso file is about like booting installed raring.
    Last edited by Elfy; December 19th, 2012 at 02:43 PM. Reason: quote

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