Cloudready v80.3.5 Mesa openGL

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  • Forrest Smith

    Hey J!

     

    Glad you're finding such a good experience on the Latitude!

    For the Lenovo - are you also using v80.3 beta channel there? If that's up and running the latest beta release (came out yesterday - 80.3.17) I would actually expect the Nvidia graphics to be ignored by default (we've made some recent changes that aim to ignore discrete graphics anytime Intel graphics are available).

     

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  • J. Muller

    Hi Forrest. 

    On both I switched back to stable after using the beta channel to upgrade. I'll try tomorrow if I can switch back and get  the latest updates.

    On the  Lenovo I tried disabling nvidia in the BIOS and other things, but nothing improved the situation. 

    I did install freecivgtk2 and that does not crash at all, only gtk3 does, so it may be something in there. gtk3+opengl. 

    thanks,

    J.

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  • J. Muller

    Upgraded to V80.3.17 this morning. appimage of libreoffice stil still crashes, freeciv-gtk3 still crashes. 

    Probably something about opengl/gtk3?  

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  • Forrest Smith

    If you're only seeing that issue on the Lenovo and not the Dell, I'd assume maybe the opengl support is not quite right on your Lenovo. Nvidia graphics are a challenge for CloudReady, and Crostini is built by Google with Chromebook hardware in mind (i.e., not Nvidia graphics), so this isn't all that shocking. 

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  • J. Muller

    Thanks Forrest. 

    I deleted my linux (Beta) Reinstalled, but the same poblem remained. 

    The problem does not act-up if the applications are not in full screen. So that may be workaround. If one accidentally makes the wiindow full screen it could crash the session though. It is probablly related to some coordinates / grabbing not being OK.. 

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  • Forrest Smith

    Does changing your internal screen zoom help?

    Or, is it more/less stable if you connect (laptop lid closed) to an external display?

    Perhaps something funky in that range, given the sensitivity to coordinates and sizing you've noted.

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