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- Mar 27 2017, 11:42 PM (165 w, 3 d)
Apr 17 2018
I am not running the plasma testing iso anymore, but I did (I think) identify the problem as I had it on Ubuntu-Mate as well. This lead me to digging a little bit and I came up with this thread.
Apr 8 2018
Feb 27 2018
Dec 12 2017
I no longer have a subscription to Linux Academy, so I cannot test it. If I resub I will test again.
I no longer have an ultra-wide monitor (mine broked) so I cannot test this.
Sep 1 2017
Aug 27 2017
Jul 19 2017
Had the same issue today, only the issue persisted even when plugging in via hdmi to this projector. It behaved as if it didn't know it was connected to anything, although I believe this may have been because I use an ultrawide monitor at home via hdmi and it was probably trying to resume those settings, which the projector was incapable of. However, unplugging the hdmi cable caused the computer to stay on a black screen instead of reverting back to the normal laptop screen.
Jul 15 2017
@ryangorley I have no problem with the method you have suggested, you still get the same result of installing multiple things without having to wait to click the install button for the next item. I just wanted to say that I hope there is a similar system for uninstalling. Whether it is check boxes or you just continue to click "uninstall" and it ques it up to happen "next" if there is already one item being uninstalled, I don't care.
Jul 14 2017
Along with the "queuing system" for installing, it would be nice to have checkboxes next to the "installed" items that you could deselect multiple items that you wanted to uninstall. Maybe that is obviously implied with the install queuing system, but I just thought I would mention it. :)
Apr 29 2017
Okay, I happened across a fix? I installed steam and now all my graphical problems are gone. I don't know what dependency steam must pull in but it fixed all my issues.
How should I report how things are going? Here or elsewhere? With the new patches I am able to run wine, check the use gallium nine checkbox and run games. Unfortunately there are a lot of artifacts. I am trying to find out in the d3d9 channel on irc what the issue is as I have identical issues when running gallium nine on fedora, but not on ubuntu. I have linked a screenshot so that you can see what I mean, as well as a pastebin of what happens when I run it from the terminal. I tested both with and without the "enable gallium nine" checkbox checked. When i run "wine Wow-64.exe" it tells me that Direct 3D Nine is active. So, it is working, but something is not working right. I have tried multiple games and there are artifacts present in all of them.
Apr 27 2017
After updating to proprietary nvidia drivers this issue is no longer present. I would guess the problem is with nouveau. I am going to mark as resolved, but if others experience the same problem it may need to be reopened..
Apr 26 2017
I think I can wait. :)
Legit, awesome. I wants to test it. How do I get the new hotness? Wait for an update or do I need to run an unstable repo or something?
Apr 6 2017
I don't have it. It still says 2.4.74-15 in the software center. I need 2.4.75+ in order to build the package I'm trying to build. :(
Apr 5 2017
Is there any way to apply this patch without waiting on it to show up as an update?
Mar 30 2017
Well...it always comes down to user error, doesn't it. I was using Gnome, but thought I was using X. Turns out I was using wayland by default. Logging in as Gnome with xorg solved the issue. While this is "fixed" for now, I suppose it is something good to know about how wayland interacts with the steam controller.
Mar 28 2017
Any updates on this? I was thinking of running Solus but I play World of Warcraft and just got an r9 fury. It is easy to use gallium on ubuntu/suse/arch but wanted to give Solus a try. Not being able to play wine games with reasonable frames might be a deal breaker.