Nothing I tried worked! Bug Watch Updater bug-watch-updater on No, create an account now. Thanks for the feedback! Tom Vetterlein smbm wrote on This hardware configuration should be blacklisted and visual effects should be turned off by default. Martin Pitt pitti wrote on
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Intel graphics controller
Our team hasn’t ever supported class hardware. Reassign it back away from me. If you hose the resolution you can try wound. LightBlueEyez lbebusiness wrote on I know from the research I’ve done on the Intel support site that my particular graphics controller does not support bit display drivers.
Upgrading Intel (R) 82815 Graphics Controller
Your name or email address: Michael Vogt mvo wrote on Thanks for Ubuntu You need to log in to change this bug’s status. But you need the snippet from here. My display settings are x bit. This bug was fixed in the package compiz – 1: Bryce Harrington bryce wrote on I’ve gone soun Microsoft, Intel and Gateway and updated all the drivers for the Soujd controller. I can change the windows on the screen to centered, but not the actual screen display itself.
It doesn’t surprise me that there are some compiz issues with i since it’s a fairly old chipset.
Then I found the secret! Yes, my password is: Sounds like your daughter was playing with the settings and is not fessing up to daddy. Subscribe to this post comment rss or trackback url.
I know this all seems illogical.
If this is a problem for more people, we need to blacklist that pciid for 8. This is a bug reported by a Ubuntu user that I’m forwarding here. We don’t have any i81x hardware to work on this issue. Remote bug watches freedesktop-bugs [ NEW ] Edit Bug watches keep track of this bug in other bug trackers. Ludwik, any chance you could test the package in hardy-proposed?
Blacklisting i from compiz for 8. The Good, the bad, and the really bad January 26th, First Look: Makes no sense, but it does work.
So I think the workaround to solve this bug – blacklisting in compiz – will have to be the permanent solution here. While the visual effects them self work, every action ex.
[ubuntu] intel Chipset Graphics Controller
I’ve gone ahead and 28815 this issue upstream at https: But I’ll close the intrepid task on this one. Should be blacklisted for hardy.
However, if you plugin a set of speakers or earphones into the sound output jack on the back green works perfectly.