I got a HP laptop with ATI Radeon 4500 HD mobility series. I installed ubuntu 12.04, but noticed that the OS recognized my graphics as VESA: M92. Is this normal becuase i read somewhere that VESA: M92 doesn't give out the full performance of the graphics card. If so can I install a new driver that performs better?
I've been having problems with video drivers (Intel GM965/GL960) since F10, the screen is freezing often and ctrl+alt+backspace doesn't do anything.
Heard those drivers are kind of buggy... no big deal I switched to VESA in system-config-display and it always worked perfectly for me.
What would be the top indie games that you are looking out for?
They do not even have to be indie per se, just not major league heavy hitter company releases?
An example of a big game would be something like Mass Effect 4 and all that.
Maybe we should set the time table to the next year or so.
Mine would be Planetary Annihilation and possibly Banished.
rm_win wrote:I just can not figure out which is the problem child.Restoring the console when you quit X or press Ctrl+Alt+F1 is handled by the DDX. So in xf86-video-vesa, the function is called VESALeaveVT(). But I don't know what's wrong with it.