On Tue, 2009-08-04 at 09:42 -0500, Michael Cronenworth wrote:
Chuck Forsberg WA7KGX N2469R on 08/04/2009 04:25 AM wrote:
> ECS motherboard with Intel graphics -
> system>preferences>desktop effects:
> clicking on "enable desktop effects" blows
> out the session and dumps the user back to
> the login screen. 3d games don't work.
Let me explain this for you since no one else on this list wants to
spend the time.
I already did, last night, off-list by private email, which was the
Fedora develops against open source software. The drivers from AMD
nVidia are *binary* and *closed* source software. Fedora/Red Hat
developers cannot assist you in any way if those drivers do not work
with the software distributed with Fedora.
You have two options.
1) Use an open source driver (ati or nouveau)
The latter is not going to help with 3D support, as it doesn't have any
(practically speaking) yet.
It's ironic that you cut out the bits of the original mail which
actually mentioned ATI and NVIDIA, and quoted the bit which talks about
Intel, which is an open source driver. Someone's suggested something for
that bug already. personally, I'd like to see 'lspci -nn' output so we
know what adapter we're dealing with.
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