Eidyhj: MostAwesomeDude: http://bugs.freedesktop.org/show_bug.cgi?id=21884 confirm that one, wether it is vertex buffer object fixed that athmosphere with intel, it's possible though i didn't find that anholt fixed the falling vertex primitive
Nightwulf|work: hi all
Eidyhj: MostAwesomeDude: in that case it's it was just a vbo, with a sphere like polygon rendered into it, and fell to sw before or blocked whatever, last bug i'm interested in
Eidyhj: grr i need to debug this myself then sometimes after, MostAwesomeDude threads must be enabled in gdb, step through and log each step with bugle
artienne: erm.. is anyone awake? :)
airlied: now if anyone is awake and useful is another question ;-P
MostAwesomeDude: I'd argue against my usefulness.
airlied: esp when you aven't slept
artienne: sounds familiar :)
artienne: not sleeping always makes my computer end up in pain..
MostAwesomeDude: airlied: I've slept. Slept through the dinner hour, the supper hour, and the midnight snack hour.
artienne: could i be a pain and ask a radeon driver question?
artienne: or, perhaps more to the point questions regarding the drivers used for radeon cards..
airlied: artienne: always ask :)
artienne: i've been looking around regarding the drivers for my hd48x0, and seem to have things running not too badly
artienne: (with gnome and compiz)
artienne: but i noticed in my xorg.conf there's glx references, which unless i'm mistaken (which is quite possible) was more nvidia related, correct?
artienne: i should also mention i've only been using this stuff for about a week, so i'm pretty unsure of myself here
airlied: no glx is for all X GL drivers
artienne: 'this stuff' being linux as opposed to windows..
artienne: ok.. so it's not strange to have both flgrx and glx?
artienne: fglrx, even
MostAwesomeDude: fglrx is "firegl and radeon driver for x", glx is "gl services for x".
artienne: ok, well, that's explained a few things for me
artienne: appreciate that :)
MostAwesomeDude: No problem.
artienne: at the risk of sounding completely stupid (and with good reason) should there be any problems with switching bewtween gnome and kde4 IF there are no visual issues in gnome?
MostAwesomeDude: Possibly. KDE4 is kind of funky. Xrender effects should work, OpenGL effects probably don't.
artienne: cool, thanks again awesomedude :)