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Re: OpenGL performance with Gala
I created a little daemon to set priorities. It's called GAMEd.
You can download and install it just opening a terminal and typing:
git clone https://github.com/rastersoft/gamed.git
sudo make install
Now, to set the priority, just type
This will set the priority of both Xorg and Gala to -20
Now, each time you enter your session, GAMEd will automatically set the
priority to that value. If you change it again, the new value will be
remembered between sessions.
You can also edit /etc/gamed.conf and add more executables to the list
(like unity or gnome-shell), allowing to use it with other desktops.
Of course, this is just a temporary hack, until ulatencyd gets fixed.
One last note: it seems that the effect in games needs some seconds
before working, so after setting the priority, wait some seconds before
launching the game.
El 05/11/12 00:51, Dane Henson escribió:
> I have the same issue. I attempted to install Limbo (yes, it's in a wine
> wrapper) on my MacBook with Intel graphics. The fps is terrible, the
> keystrokes are laggy. Not sure what the issue is, just thought I'd mention
> that it affected me too.
> On Nov 4, 2012 5:40 PM, "Sergey "Shnatsel" Davidoff" <
> sergey@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> Sergio, what GPU and driver do you have?
>> If it's an AMD GPU with the proprietary driver, this is likely caused
>> by the multitude of vsync bugs in catalyst, where vsync either doesn't
>> work or causes a slideshow-like performance, e.g. on moving windows in
>> According to http://limbogame.org/news/, Limbo runs via a WINE
>> wrapper, and that causes even more issues with Catalyst, namely...
>> vsync again. Unreal and Skyrim in WINE have terrible tearing under
>> Unity2D (metacity) on my HD6770, for example.
>> Sergey "Shnatsel" Davidoff
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RASTER (Linux user #228804)