in 13.04, you have the possibility, in restricted drivers to choose the proprietary driver for the wifi chip, instead of using the b43-fwcutter method.
Originally Posted by ksatta1
since this method give me unreliable wifi(lots of packet loss among other things) i'm using the proprietary wifi driver atm.
it work well.
and about bluetooth,
i'm using it a lot with my bluetooth headset it work fine too.
though, i had to add few options in /etc/bluetooth/audio.conf
otherwise my headset just wouldn't connect and register as an audio sink, despite being detected and paired successfully.
back on the original topic,
after few days of use, i can say, so far i915 works well
i have a question though, i blacklisted nouveau and was wondering if i needed to use this as well
in order to ensure nvidia chip is powered off, or just blacklisting the driver is enough?
echo OFF > /sys/kernel/debug/vgaswitcheroo/switch