Check out the FAQ! Originally posted by oliver View Post. Perhaps this helps you to force the right driver since they are already on the system unless you did a minimal install: One option may be to use the 4. You would see the following line in the X11 log:. I’ll keep you posted.
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Everything seems good, but I would like to know if it is feasible to install the proper Intel drivers. You would see the following line in the X11 log: Author Read times.
Intel q35 chipset family It’s better if you find graphics card info and other specifications by running a command and posting the output. I installed the last drm 4. I’m doing a fresh install of Fedora specifically for this driver. Intel q35 chipset family I am booted into windows right now wonder what kinda command I can run to find out the full info of the display driver?
If you click the Old Hardware link in my signature and search for UXA in the text you’ll get to instructions. Try installing the latest drm-nightly kernel and xserver-xorg-video-intel from xorg-edgers – and if it still occurs ask the Intel developers on the upstream bug.
Send this topic Print. Search in titles only Search in Intel Linux only Search. There is one difference: Llnux start posting anonymously – your entry will be published after you log in or create a new account. Perhaps this helps you to force the right driver since they are already on the system unless you did a minimal install:. It only creates false hits in the search engines.
Hopefully this does the trick. Report a new bug on freedesktop. There is no use in installing any intel driver, the original one shipped by fedora and installed by default is the same as what Intel releases.
Bringing old hardware back to life. I came across instructions here.
Anyway, for semi-old Intel graphics UXA acceleration often does the trick. Intel 82Q35 perfomance really horrible, limitation of the hardware?
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Anyhow, performance is pretty bad with the limited tests I ran. I’ll keep you posted. Sorry for my ignorance, but what happens if I already have installed in my system the package xorg-xdrv-intel provided by Fedora? It looks like the fix only works for gen4 chipsets but your q35 is gen3.
Fedora 24: (tested, works fine)
Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Please login or register. It is quite a powerful CPU though, and you pay for that in its power draw even at idle and cooling requirement – it would not make my shortlist limux HTPC! Download your free copy of Linux Lite today. Sign up using Facebook. It’s a long shot but try this patch.