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Re: ubuntu 12.04 software rendering issues
Did you update cogl and clutter?
On 02/11/12 09:25, Lucas Manika Koeb wrote:
> last time I tried ubuntu 12.10, 3.6 also ran flawlessly, so I think ubuntu
> has worked this out.
> Only tested this on virtualbox (no 3d acceleration, of course), but It
> doesn't bring any significant differences, right? Think it will also rely
> on llvmpipe to do the work..
>> my guess is that the code overhaul in 3.4-3.6 is distribution dependant
>> too: 3.4 and 3.6 ran on fedora flawlessly with the LVMpipe driver
>> render). maybe Debian/Ubuntu isn't there yet?
>> On Thu, Nov 1, 2012 at 6:11 AM, Lucas Manika Koeb <lmk08@xxxxxxxxxxx>
>>> I'm not sure this is the right list to ask this, but hopefully you guys
>>> can give me some advice.
>>> I've been trying to get gnome-shell to run with software rendering on
>>> ubuntu 12.04. Here's what i've tried so far:
>>> -- Updating gnome-session from 3.2 (ubuntu 12.04 default) to 3.4 via
>>> -- Backporting gnome-shell and gnome-session 3.6 from quantal to precise
>>> In both cases, gnome-shell works, but with serious glitches (like some
>>> screen areas are not update as they should). I installed ubuntu 12.10
>>> gnome and noticed the shell was working flawlessly without hardware
>>> support. I concluded some other package might have corrected this
>>> so I also tried backporting some packages I thought could be related to
>>> the issue: llvm-3.1, mesa-9.0, libdrm-2.4.39, libclutter1.0-0_1.2 and
>>> their dependencies. None of these solved anything.
>>> Does anyone know how this was fixed in the 12.10 release, or the origin
>>> the problem? Any ideas or tips are appreciated.
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