Re: Nvidia and ATI: Unity compatibility issue
Please clarify what you Posted.
How and where can those instructions be accessed ? Or are they particular to Kubuntu??
Is: "turn off effects/compiz" equivalent to logging in to Gnome shell, Classic or fallback (no effects) ??
Generally speaking if your having openGL issues you should turn off effects/compiz.
Under blender > user preferences > system > compute device can you see your nvidia card in the drop down box. If its not listed do some research on the nouveau bumblebee drivers as they allow you to choose which graphics card to use for specific apps.
When I entered 'blender' in a terminal, there was no man page, and It said it was not installed, but I could do so with apt-get,
Luckily I didn't do so, as Google tells me:
Seems a bit much just to list my Graphics card!!
Blender is not the kind of software you can launch into and grope about until you find your way. It's not like exploring an unfamiliar city. It's more like flying a jet airplane. If you hop into the pilot's seat without knowing the fundamentals, you'll be lucky to ever get off the ground, and it'd take a miracle for you to reach your destination safely.
Thanks for the response, none the less.
Last edited by bogan; May 1st, 2013 at 04:16 PM.
"Better Solutions may bring Worsened Problems": After Lao Tse, b. circa 405BC. a contemporary of Confucius, who died circa 600BC.
They did things differently in those days, apparently!!