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You need to parse xrandr output (or write a program, or whatever) to find the correct names, and massage your i3 configuration appropriately. The order of device detection is random, you can't depend on it.


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Does MATLAB have any libstdc++.so.6* libraries in its install path? MATLAB ships with an outdated version of c++ standard library. If you distribution compiled Mesa with a newer version of GCC, it will fail to load the actual hardware acceleration backend, which will force software rendering. You can try removing that file only from your MATLAB install ...


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1) Insert your CD linux-mint , reboot your computer and set it to boot from CD in the BIOS and boot into a live session. You can also use a LiveUSB if you have created one in the past. Install Boot-Repair sudo add-apt-repository ppa:yannubuntu/boot-repair sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install -y boot-repair && boot-repair Run Boot-Repair ...


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I had a strong tearing here and now it is solved. After reading this (wonderful explanation) of how an Xorg server works I realized that X server paints window updates directly to the memory card at any random time unless you use a compositing enabled window manager. When compositing is enabled the window manager put together all the changes from the ...


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First, the bash does not print to a screen nor framebuffer device directly. It just writes its output to a simple file descriptor. Second, linux supports both graphics mode consoles and text mode consoles. So, when your configuration does not use framebuffer driver then the text mode console is activated. There is a good article at wikipedia on the topic.


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KVM is normally supported already via libvirt and the kernels in modern distros without much hassle. You just need a CPU that has VT-d extensions (or AMD-V for AMD processors), and your BIOS has to have it enabled. After that, it's all about installing the necessary packages to get it going. XEN, yes, does support it. Xen is literally its own platform. A ...


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If your hardware requires firmware to be loaded on chip then you should use it, otherwise do not wonder why your resolution resets to something not native to your monitor. Without firmware the graphics driver probably fails to detect graphics chip at all or can't access it's advanced features you mentioned, and falls back to VESA resolutions provided as ...



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