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Intel NUC GMA graphics support #31

fmolinelli opened this issue Sep 9, 2014 · 1 comment

Intel NUC GMA graphics support #31

fmolinelli opened this issue Sep 9, 2014 · 1 comment


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@fmolinelli fmolinelli commented Sep 9, 2014

we're experimenting with openthinclient running on Atom and i5 based boxes, like Assus EEEtop & EEEbox (Atom N240, N270, Intel GMA 950 graphics) and newest Intel's NUC family (Atom E3815, i5-54250, with Integrated Intel GMA).
WE really love it! everything is there, and runs smoothly, with the exeption of Video File & Streaming Play: frames are only a few/sec (4-6 ?) and the experience is really bad.
We tried both play with on-client SW (embedded browser & media player) and over terminal connection to remote VDI (rdesktop, PCoIP, etc.).
It's not a networking issue.... it seems to be a matter of Graphic local acceleration ignored.

There's a way to get advantage of Intel GMA graphics drivers published on Intel's site?

How can I integrate them in the openthinclient appliance "Consus"?

Many thanks in advance: its a matter of giving 200 seats to a school!

Best regards
Flavio Molinelli

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@ghost ghost commented Sep 12, 2014

Hi Flavio,

if you really like to add the latest Intel Graphic stack to the Debian basen openthinclient-os, you need

  1. to make yourself familiar with our os-core scripts
  2. backport
    Mesa - 10.2.2
    xf86-video-intel - 2.99.911
    Libdrm - 2.4.54
    Libva - 1.3.1
    vaapi intel-driver - 1.3.2
    Cairo - 1.12.16
    Xserver Xorg - 1.15.1
    Intel-gpu-tools - 1.7 can be a friend in this case


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