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Intel / ATI hybrid graphics ? [Solved]

Postby ElDuderino » Tue May 21, 2013 2:22

Hi,

I tried following this tutorial (http://forums.gentoo.org/viewtopic-t-909802-start-0.html), which also mentions my problem in the discussion to get Intel / Ati Hybrid Graphics working, but it didn't work. After initial config, I can actually start X (as opposed to the experiences in the thread mentioned). but I have NO 3D acceleration. When using only the Intel GPU without having fglrx installed, I have at least its acceleration.

Maybe it's a question of combining the right versions of drivers, does anyone have a working configuration or any hints?

Many thanks!
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Re: Intel / ATI hybrid graphics ?

Postby ElDuderino » Wed May 22, 2013 14:54

I worked it out, I had to recompile intel driver with USE=-sna, now it's working!
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Re: Intel / ATI hybrid graphics ? [Solved]

Postby TeeJay76 » Sat May 25, 2013 9:32

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Re: Intel / ATI hybrid graphics ? [Solved]

Postby anomaly65 » Sun May 26, 2013 23:42

Seriously nice work ElDuderino!!!! Bet a lot of people are a lot happier now :)
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Re: Intel / ATI hybrid graphics ? [Solved]

Postby TeeJay76 » Mon May 27, 2013 19:59

Thanks for the proper credits. :-D
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Re: Intel / ATI hybrid graphics ? [Solved]

Postby anomaly65 » Mon May 27, 2013 20:41

TeeJay76,
Sorry, my reading isn't so good anymore. Goes with the grey hair I suppose :) Solving a problem is often what makes this "fun" (ok, sometimes it might be a bit frustrating but solving a challenge is rewarding). Good work, and thankyou!
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