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It is what it says, it is not supported. Now this installer supports only Ubuntu 14.10. And generally speaking there is no need to install this driver at all. You can upgrade your graphical stack by running: sudo apt-get install --install-recommends xserver-xorg-lts-utopic libqt5gui5 libgles1-mesa-lts-utopic libgles2-mesa-lts-utopic ...


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similar to your command glxinfo | grep OpenGL also glxinfo | grep render if you'd like to check a short info on your graphics run: lspci -nnk | grep -iA2 VGA if you want to see more advanced output: sudo lspci -vnnk | grep -iA12 VGA


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I think you can only get these to work with 32bit, Ubuntu 12.04-based systems. I recently reinstalled on of these, and I got the hardware video acceleration to work with Linux Mint 13 (not the newer ones). Couple of years ago when I got that netbook, I had to compile a patched kernel to get the video acceleration to work. Later, the drivers became available ...


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The Arch Wiki states, "It is possible to use only one videocard which has dual heads (like most nvidia cards will have), but this has some limitations: you have to use Xephyr on the second monitor which seems quite a messy solution from what I've read, and for optimal usage both screens need the same resolution." Have you tried Xephyr? Depending on your ...



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