This is a discussion on DRI inop. w/ intel 855gm vid., Xine lags - Portable ; To whom it may concern: Sorry for the massive cross-posting, but I figured I'd post it to the relevant newsgroups and hope for a response. I have two problems which are, in my opinion, highly related. I'd appreciate any help ...
To whom it may concern:
Sorry for the massive cross-posting, but I figured I'd post it to the
relevant newsgroups and hope for a response. I have two problems which
are, in my opinion, highly related. I'd appreciate any help any of you can
First, DRI will not load on my Toshiba Satellite A55-S306 centrino (the
video card is Intel 855GM). I have tried Intel's own drivers for this
card, but it lead to X.org not loading because "no screens found". By the
way, I'm running Slackware 10.1, using the /testing 2.6.10 kernel. I have
tried many a time searching online for answers and/or configurations for
this video card and nothing really made any difference, so I just gave up
and went with a vanilla "xorgconfig" xorg.conf file.
Second, DVD playback absolutely sucks. While xine/gxine are running in a
300x300 window (Futurama), cpu usage is maxxed to 99%. I have tried
lowering all the quality options in both programs, but so far nothing has
brought about a serious improvement. I do not know what video driver to
use with xine/gxine, so I left it at "auto". Does anyone how I can get
xine/gxine to stop lagging?
I appreciate any help anyone can be with this. Here are some excerpts of
outputs that you guys might need:
00:02.0 VGA compatible controller: Intel Corp. 82852/855GM Integrated
Graphics Device (rev 02)
00:02.1 Display controller: Intel Corp. 82852/855GM Integrated Graphics
Device (rev 02)
intel_agp 18716 1
intelfb 28036 0
agpgart 27432 3 intel_agp,intelfb
video 14212 0
(video is the acpi module for the video card, etc)
x11-fonts-misc-6.8.1-noarch-2 xfractint-20.2.03-i386-1 xv-3.10a-i486-3
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