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You definitely use hardware rendering. Software renderer has another name: $ LIBGL_ALWAYS_SOFTWARE=1 glxinfo|grep '\<renderer\>' OpenGL renderer string: Gallium 0.4 on llvmpipe (LLVM 3.5, 256 bits) To easily check you can simply compare the output of the above command with what you get without LIBGL_ALWAYS_SOFTWARE=1. If it gives identical output, ...


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Here's an attempt to automatize the analysis of the log: #!/bin/bash if [ -z "$1" ]; then logfile=/var/log/Xorg.0.log else logfile="$1" fi sed -n 's@.* Loading .*/\(.*\)_drv.so@\1@p' "$logfile" | while read driver; do if ! grep -q "Unloading $driver" "$logfile"; then echo $driver break fi done Any ...


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The answer is probably best presented as a qualified "yes". If one does not require all functionality provided by a proprietary driver, it is not required to use a proprietary driver supplied by a vendor, Linux distribution, or the nvidia.com web site. For example, the nouveau driver supplied by (most?) Linux distributions is quite capable of supporting ...


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It is working after replacing * * * * * /home/anmol/display-notif.sh with * * * * * sudo -u anmol /home/anmol/display-notif.sh


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Use xrandr to see if you correctly detected all possible displays. If it shows them correctly, use xrandr --output "***" --primary to set whichever display you want as primary. "***" is one of the detected displayed types (example: DVI-0).


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I believe you are looking for fbcon, you would need this option: 3. fbcon=map:<0123> This is an interesting option. It tells which driver gets mapped to which console. The value '0123' is a sequence that gets repeated until the total length is 64 which is the number of consoles available. In the above example, it is ...


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In EL4 the lspci command is /sbin/lspci . Commands in /sbin/, /usr/sbin/ can be run as root only. The same for lsmod, IIRR. 'lshw' is always an extra package : /sbin/lshw 'update-pciids' is available from a third party package. Note : The old RHEL 4 (kernel 2.6.9) Was released 2005, and supported until 2011.


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According to debian-wiki you need to install linux-headers and fglrx-modules-dkms First add the following line to your sources.list: deb http://httpredir.debian.org/debian/ jessie main contrib non-free Then type the following command: aptitude update aptitude -r install linux-headers-$(uname -r|sed 's,[^-]*-[^-]*-,,') fglrx-driver Create the ...



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