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  1. #11
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    Re: Intel HD4000 video

    Quote Originally Posted by Gompa View Post
    i dunno if it is the same problem.
    but i get this when starting ubuntu 13.04 on my intel i3 3220 on a h67 motherboard.

    Attachment 241152

    ps debian wheezy works fine with the 3.2 kernel but if i compile the 3.8/3.9 series the same thing happens so i think it is a kernel bug ?
    that looks like what happened to me on super mario bros 3 (nes game) from time to time and i had to blow the cartridge
    that said can you get to a tty to make a xorg.conf file (i would use nano)?
    /etc/X11/xorg.conf
    Code:
    Section "Device"
       Identifier  "Intel Graphics"
       Driver      "intel"
       Option      "AccelMethod"  "uxa"
    EndSection
    this will revert a thing that is supposed to be a major improvement for intel gpus
    if it fails just delete the file

    iirc raring uses sna and quantal uses uxa by default
    so this probably will not work, but worth a try
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    Re: Intel HD4000 video

    Quote Originally Posted by pqwoerituytrueiwoq View Post
    that looks like what happened to me on super mario bros 3 (nes game) from time to time and i had to blow the cartridge
    that said can you get to a tty to make a xorg.conf file (i would use nano)?
    /etc/X11/xorg.conf
    Code:
    Section "Device"
       Identifier  "Intel Graphics"
       Driver      "intel"
       Option      "AccelMethod"  "uxa"
    EndSection
    this will revert a thing that is supposed to be a major improvement for intel gpus
    if it fails just delete the file

    iirc raring uses sna and quantal uses uxa by default
    so this probably will not work, but worth a try
    Thanks for your comments - so it seems there is a problem with Ubuntu's graphic stack as in Debian wheezy "SNA" for Intel GPU's isn't the default setting - "UXA" get used and kernel is 3.2.XX, mesa 8.0.5. Most of this is identical to Ubuntu Precise 12.04.2 (without LTSEnablementStack) - the real LTS (kernel 3.2.XX and mesa 8.0.5). So only neweer kernels and graphic stacks must be tested.

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    Re: Intel HD4000 video

    I have a Intel 4000 in my machine, and running raring i get:
    :Sometimes a black screen on loging screen (but can login anyway, typing in the dark so to say
    :Strange graphic glitches in Firefox.

    I wonder if this has been reported, the release date is drawing nearer, and i guess a lot of people have intel 4000 by now.

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    Re: Intel HD4000 video

    Quote Originally Posted by northar View Post
    I have a Intel 4000 in my machine, and running raring i get:
    :Sometimes a black screen on loging screen (but can login anyway, typing in the dark so to say
    :Strange graphic glitches in Firefox.

    I wonder if this has been reported, the release date is drawing nearer, and i guess a lot of people have intel 4000 by now.
    Hi

    Is this the same problem as the one reported here: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+s...l/+bug/1162349

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    Re: Intel HD4000 video

    I can confirm this issue. Ivy Bridge and HD4000(Lenovo G580)

    I`ve just upgraded from 12.10 to 13.04 and I am welcomed by a big nice blackscreen. 12.10 worked OOTB for me. I`m also running lots of Debian distros, and I have the same issues with 3.7 and 3.8 kernels there. 3.5 and 3.6 works OOTB. For my Debian distros I`ve found a fix that lets me use 3.8 kernels. The fix is to add this to the kernel line: ""acpi_osi=\Linux\ acpi_backlight=vendor" , and add "setpci -s 00:02.0 F4.B=80" to etc/rc.local . This fix works for me in Debian, but it didn`t work with Ubuntu 13.04... At least it didn`t when i tried it yesterday on a clean install. Today I reinstalled 12.10 and tried the upgrade route instead, hoping that would bring me better luck, but sadly not. But I`ll keep hacking on with those kernel parameters, and see if I get it to work. It`s quite annoying to have these kind of issues on what is the new default hardware in most computers.

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    Re: Intel HD4000 video

    Just in case my fix will work for others with Ivy Bridge and Intel HD4000 Graphics, (Lenovo G580), I`m posting what worked for me. Don`t know why, but it works for me.

    1. Edit the kernel line in /etc/default/grub - and add "acpi_osi=Linux", so that it looks like this:
    GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT="acpi_osi=Linux quiet splash"

    2. Update grub and reboot...... Works for me.

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    Re: Intel HD4000 video

    This worked for my Lenovo Y580 and was a much better than using "nomodeset" from the grub menu. Also "lshw -c display" no longer shows "display UNCLAIMED" for the Intel HD4000 Graphics. I'm thinking something ACPI related prevented the intel graphics driver/module from being loaded.

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    Re: Intel HD4000 video

    13:10:

    Anyone else feeling that some Compiz things feel sluggish compared to 13.04? For example:

    - desktop wall sliding
    - expo zoom in/out

    Not laggy, but visibly jerky/sluggish, a bit like V-sync sometimes makes things sluggish. I noticed the difference immediately when I upgraded to 13.10, so I don't think it is placebo.

    Interestingly some other things feel faster, e.g. the way some windows get drawn on the screen, but this might be just general Unity/Ubuntu/Gnome speed improvements.

    Code:
    compiz:
    Installed: 1:0.9.10+13.10.20131011-0ubuntu1
    Candidate: 1:0.9.10+13.10.20131011-0ubuntu1
    Code:
    xserver-xorg-video-intel:
    Installed: 2:2.99.904-0ubuntu2
    Candidate: 2:2.99.904-0ubuntu2
    I have tried playing around with the V-sync and refresh rate settings in CCSM, but no change.

    I am thinking it has to be something in Compiz, because on another account on this computer, it feels as if the above things were slightly smoother.

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    Re: Intel HD4000 video

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