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tjaaltonRAOF: have you tried llvmpipe yet? unity3d doesn't seem too useful with it, there's actually a bug report already, bug 92685910:57
ubot4Launchpad bug 926859 in xorg (Ubuntu) "Desktop almost useless - due to corruption and flikering (affects: 1) (heat: 6)" [Undecided,Incomplete] https://launchpad.net/bugs/92685910:57
tjaaltonbut I'm not sure if it's the driver or unity failing10:57
RAOFtjaalton: A bit of both - compiz does weird, weird things.10:57
tjaaltonin any case, it might be wise to blacklist it?10:57
RAOFWe already do, right?10:58
RAOFOr not?10:58
RAOFIf it's not blacklisted, it should be.10:58
tjaaltonI didn't need to do anything to use it10:58
RAOFOh, the renderer string changed, so the existing software rasteriser blacklist doesn't kick in.10:58
RAOFYeah.  One bug to file against unity!10:58
tjaaltonnot that it has those already :)10:59
tjaaltonhmm that wasn't right10:59
RAOFOne *more* bug to file against unity :P11:00
tjaaltonunity2d was quite snappy on the sis-crap though11:01
tjaaltonusing vesa, of course11:01
RAOFYeah, Qt's renderer is pretty hot stuff.11:01
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stgraberany reason why I'm getting compiz running in my Precise VMs now? :) (obviously it's all broken and full of artifacts)20:22
stgraber(it's rather annoying when you try to debug the live environment and you don't see what you're doing or just get apport windows popping up every 10s ;))20:25
Sarvattstgraber: software rendering uses llvmpipe instead of the old swrast, theres probably a hardcoded check for the old GL renderer string somewhere, hmm20:29
Sarvattlooks like unity-support-test in nux20:30
stgraberSarvatt: I "think" we may want to change that check ;) It's certainly interesting to have an option of running compiz on the llvmpipe stuff but it doesn't seem quite ready at this point :)20:31
Prf_Jakobstgraber: which host software?20:32
stgraber(I wouldn't mind compiz running in my VM if it wasn't using 50% of CPU to render garbage)20:32
Sarvattyep, was hopeful it'd work but sounds like its a nogo20:32
stgraberPrf_Jakob: kvm20:32
SarvattPrf_Jakob: i'm sure he's using kvm or virtualbox20:32
Prf_Jakobok, nm then.20:32
Sarvattstgraber: btw vmware 3D passthrough works great out of the box with unity-3d now :P20:32
stgraberSarvatt: apparently we'll be getting a new compiz soon, but I don't know if it's going to work any better under llvmpipe20:33
Prf_JakobSarvatt: In case he wasn't I couldn't let the oppertunity to brag about that ;-)20:33
Sarvattyep definitely needs to be fixed in unity-support-test in nux20:33
Sarvatt  // Check for software rendering.20:33
Sarvatt  if (results->renderer != NULL &&20:33
Sarvatt      (strncmp (results->renderer, "Software Rasterizer", 19) == 0 ||20:33
Sarvatt       strncmp (results->renderer, "Mesa X11", 8) == 0 ||20:33
Sarvatt       strstr (results->renderer, "on softpipe") != NULL)) {20:33
Sarvatt    results->flags |= FLAG_SOFTWARE_RENDERING;20:33
cndurgh, X synaptics has a new motion regression algo, and it's completely broken20:40
cndthe question is whether we should fix it, or just revert the algo20:40
Sarvattstgraber: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/nux/+bug/92685920:41
ubot4Launchpad bug 926859 in nux (Ubuntu) "llvmpipe software rendering needs blacklisting in unity-support-test (affects: 1) (heat: 6)" [High,Triaged]20:41
stgraberSarvatt: thanks20:42
brycehhey tjaalton, for bug #745112 is it correct that it got fixed in 2.6.39 (and 2.6.38 via natty-updates) but then has regressed starting with 3.0?22:53
ubot4Launchpad bug 745112 in xserver-xorg-video-intel (Ubuntu Precise) (and 6 other projects) "[arrandale] desktop is messed up with external monitors (x86_64) (affects: 133) (dups: 13) (heat: 581)" [Medium,Invalid] https://launchpad.net/bugs/74511222:53
brycehtjaalton, Sarvatt , RAOF - any of you have arrandale laptops with docking stations that can reproduce ^^ this bug?22:53
RAOFbryceh: Sorry, no arrandale here.22:53
Sarvattno docking stations and no arrandale22:53
* RAOF runs a SandyBridge and GM45 shop.22:54
broderwhat generation of cpu would go with arrandale?22:56
RAOFThat's the original Core iX chips, IIRC.22:57
Sarvatt3 digit numbers after the i3/i5/i722:59
broderok. i have a 1st-gen i7 machine here. i can probably test that for you guys, but will take a bit because somebody's using it at the moment23:00
brycehbroder, does it have a displayport and docking station?23:03
brycehbroder, the testing is probably going to be of the kernel bisection variety23:03
broderit has a DP and a docking station, which has DP, DVI, and VGA23:04
brycehbroder, ok cool; when you get a chance see if you can reproduce the bug, which appears to occur just when you dock the laptop (possibly when the docking station has 2 external monitors configured).  It should black-screen fairly reliably within 1-2 tries23:06
broderprecise or oneiric?23:06
brycehbroder, apparently the bug affects both23:07
brycehbroder, however I'm most interested in precise23:07
broderok. i'll go ahead and grab a new daily then23:07
brycehif it can be repro'd on precise, next thing to test after that would be http://kernel.ubuntu.com/~kernel-ppa/mainline/drm-intel-fixes/23:08

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