With Computex now in full swing this week has and will continue to be a flurry of product and standard announcements. To that end and kicking off their Tuesday, the VESA has sent us a status update on DockPort, the organizations combined display/data/power cable and interface standard.
The last time we talked to the VESA was at CES 2014.
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.