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I'm having a similar issue on OpenSUSE 13.2 with KDE. I set full repaint in desktop effects, and when I reboot, that doesn't work even though it is still set. When I change a setting, save it, revert it, save it, then it works fine.


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There's an excellent chance that the "graphical parts" you're after aren't in the kernel at all. Most of a regular Linux box's graphics stack is in user space, so I don't see why Android would be any different. The only large piece of graphics code in the stock Linux kernel is the Direct Rendering Manager, which is little more than an interface that lets ...


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The proprietary fglrx driver no longer supports your HD 3470, but the free software radeon driver supports it very well. You should be able to run any 3D software your card is physically capable of running with the radeon driver. To use the radeon driver, make sure all fglrx packages are uninstalled, and install xserver-xorg-video-radeon and ...


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https://www.mageia.org has working drivers for this card. You can even get them from there to use it a distribution which still uses xorg 1.15. See the (spanish) blog post http://www.vivaolinux.com.br/dica/Configurando-SIS-67172-no-Ubuntu-1404.


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Ensure that the Windows API implementation - OpenGL module is installed. This contains modules that allow Windows applications to use 3D acceleration in WINE. It's package is libwine-gl in the Debian (>= 6.0) repositories. If using Debian x86_64 (with multiarch), then the command is: apt-get install libwine-gl:i386 Else: apt-get install libwine-gl


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In the end I restarted the system prior to checking xkill. Shame on me, as 'xkill' seemed a more interesting solution. Tried to replicate few times since, but no avail.


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I am wondering if you are running your card with nouveau(open source drivers) or nvidia drivers? I guess you are running on open source! You should try to install the proprietary drivers (nvidia drivers) to see if it is really reading your card wrong. With nvidia-setting you should be able to see everything related to your GPU. This site should show you ...



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