[conspire] error debugging
togo at of.net
Sun Oct 7 07:36:00 PDT 2012
Um... I wasn't the one who said 
Regardless, if you are going to run bleeding
edge linux distros that require graphics accel
it behooves you to get hardware that supports
robust graphics accel. I've had issues with Unity
and Gnome3 on AMD E-350 (case branded as
"AMD Vision") and have only just started working
with AMD E-450 (also case branded as "AMD Vision")
and the problems went away when I switched to
less aggressively Mac-UI-following environments
(XFCE4 and Mate have worked well without weirdo
binary-blob). I don't do anything that requires
hardware accel so I just avoid the issues and avoid
distros that shove these issues in my face.
I want lots of pixels on my screen but don't
particularly need them to wobble or zoom.
BTW, I've been quite happy with the E-350-
based Zotac AD02 Plus boxen under Gnome2-
we have about 40 deployed on user desktops.
They are easy to deploy or swap out, they are
pretty fast and consume lettle power. They can
be mounted to a vertical or horizontal surface
or even on the back of a monitor. But no
wobble and zoom. Awww.
On Sat, Oct 6, 2012 at 9:22 PM, Ruben Safir <ruben at mrbrklyn.com> wrote:
> On Fri, Oct 05, 2012 at 05:33:32PM -0700, Rick Moen wrote:
>> Quoting Tony Godshall (togo at of.net):
>> > ...
>> > >> What is clutter?
>> > >
>> > > I had no idea until sixty seconds ago, when I burrowed through gthumb's
>> > > build dependencies, deciding 'clutter' is not an easily searchable
>> > > software name on account of massive overloading (and, um, clutter),
>> > > stumbled upon related software name 'clutter-gtk', Web-searched that,
>> > > and so indirectly found the correct 'clutter' pages that way. Here they
>> > > are:
> See - that is the reading between the lines skills. I figured that the
> video installation problem was directly related to gthumbs crashing.
> Darn if I know who to get openGl to work. This is the lap top with a A$
> Vision AMD chip. I see no SaX anymore and the last X11 Config file I
> manually hacked was in 2002, and I expect that this pharmacist will
> continue to not hand edit it.
> maybe there is a demode I need run as well.
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