[PD] ubutu 13.04
crinimal at gmx.net
crinimal at gmx.net
Fri Jun 7 02:16:01 CEST 2013
On 06/06/2013 07:08 PM, Jack wrote:
> Le 01/05/2013 10:01, Cyrille Henry a écrit :
>> there always been problem with nvidia proprietary driver. On 12.10, i
>> was not able to start audacity.
>> i don't know about skype.
>> i think i read somwhere that the intel GPU drivers was completely
>> rewriten, so that's certainly the cause of the bug. since it affect
>> lot's of people i hope that the ubuntu team will find a workaround or
>> jump back to the old version quite quickly.
>> but yes, the "wait few weeks before updating" rules is still valid.
>> Le 30/04/2013 20:12, Miller Puckette a écrit :
>>> ... so it sounds like there are at least 2 serious problems with the new
>>> ubuntu affecting several applications - maybe a bit tighter quality
>>> is needed on their end :)
>>>> Here with (to use Intel graphics):
>>>> $ skype
>>>> it is OK.
>>>> But with (to use NVidia):
>>>> $ optirun skype
>>>> Skype crash.
>>>> But with Pd, it is different : Pd crash X server even with or without
>>>> optirun as describe Cyrille in his previous message (when you open a
>>>> (?) patch and start to add object that contains more than 3 letters).
>>>> If you start a patch from scratch, you can create several objects
>>>> without problem...
>>>> My configuration :
>>>> Pd-0.44.3 ("") compiled 11:55:24 Apr 29 2013
>>>> Ubuntu 13.04
>>>> Linux jack-GE60-0NC-0ND 3.8.0-19-generic #29-Ubuntu SMP Wed Apr 17
>>>> 18:16:28 UTC 2013 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux
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> Someone has found a solution for this X crash ?
Not a real solution, but I found the reason for the crashes was the
intel driver for me, so I replaced it by an older one.
I am still using ubuntu 12.04, but I installed newer intel drivers from
a ppa some time ago and suddenly got the same problem as users updating
for me the reason was this package (has newer driver sources than 12.04):
I downgraded to the regular 12.04 package for the intel driver and the x
crashes were gone. maybe it's possible to install the package from 12.04
on a 13.04 installation?
got mine from here...
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