I have a Linux network set up with three sub networks 192.168.1.0 (chaos), 192.168.3.0 (chaos-hs), and 192.168.5.0 (ute-netz) with three machines casimir, ute, raspberry, a nas server nas and a router speedport:
192.168.1.1 casimir.chaos (serves as gateway for all local machines)
192.168.1.61 speedport.chaos (internet router)
192.168.3.1 casimir-hs.chaos-hs (dhcp server for chaos-hs and chao
One cause might be that Windows seems to disable compositing for fullscreen windows, in the Linux world, as far as I know, none of the compositing window managers do that, and only kwin can work without compositing (it can be disabled with a keyboard shortcut, for fullscreen windows or for select windows/applications).
The graphics stack in Linux comprises a number of distinct projects, and in this article we'll take a look at the current development of X.org, Wayland, and Cairo. Linux graphics have undergone a major evolution over the past decade in two respects. First has been a shift from 2D system rendering, to today's hardware-accelerated 3D system compositing.
Are you using Intel Graphics?I also have experienced this problem with every game based on the Unity engine I've ever tried.For me, the only way to fix this is to disable compositing, at least before running the games.I hope you're not running GNOME 3, because you can't disable compositing in GNOME 3's window manager, AFAIK.
Okay, the problem is twofold and it's driving me nuts.
To start with, if I don't use the computer for a length of time, the screen goes black and I have to reboot. Now, I've shut off (as far as I know) the screensaver, the power management is set to not shut off the screen but either I've got those settings wrong or I'm missing one?
OK I started playing a game called order and chaos online. Every time I play it sometimes the graphics looks like crap and sometimes the graphics look they way they should look. I've tried looking around google couldn't find anything. Any one experienceing this?