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[Bug 210940] 3D acceleration and Xgl disabled for Quadro FX550, Desktop Effects - SaX2
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  • Date: Thu, 12 Oct 2006 14:35:28 -0600 (MDT)
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------- Comment #5 from nteknikk@xxxxxxxx 2006-10-12 14:35 MST -------
(In reply to comment #4)
> > It was neither possible to start SaX2 from the button in Desktop Effects
> That (and the shift-double-click not working) are now fixed in autobuild and
> should be in Factory soon.
Ok, let me know then which rpms I have to download and upgrade from factory

> > nor from the traditional program menu added to the panel.
> An entirely unrelated bug, also fixed in today in autobuild
ok, also here, which rpm to upgrade from factory

> > SaX2 started ok from YaST2>Graphic Card and display, but 3D was greyed out
> > and it didn't sound possible to get 3D enabled there.
> Was it grayed-out-and-checked or grayed-out-but-unchecked? I'm pretty sure
> the normal state when using the proprietary driver is that 3D is always
> enabled and can't be turned off, so the checkbox is grayed out, but it's
> grayed out in the checked state, not the unchecked state.
I'll check again tomorrow on my office workstation

> > Tried also "glxinfo" in a terminal, but the command wasn't found
> That's probably why gnome-xgl-settings thinks it's disabled then. If you
> install the "freeglut" package, does gnome-xgl-settings think 3D is enabled
> now?
Sorry, forgot to mentione that Andreas Jaeger pointed me to check out if
freeglut was installed. It wasn't, and after I installed it, I attached
glxinfor output in comment #3 above (also suggested freeglut ougt to be
included i.e in the X org pattern or similar).
I don't think the gnome-xgl-settings told 3D was enabled after that, but I'll
check also that tomorrow.

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