Jan 12, 2015 - 09:19am
The 1.0.8 installer is currently going through QA.
Hoping to get it soon. Just upgraded to 14.10 and the video performance is horrible...
I'm curious: what hardware do you have that's underperfoming on vanilla 14.10? (The output of lspci -vnn)
Here you go : http://pastebin.com/893VhF8a
Oops - paste was gone by the time I noticed your reply. Send it to me direct?
how many peaple have in this project? 4 months, and I almost die. -.-' what we can do to get it soon?
It's a very small team. Different people work on different phases of it, and things like holidays or people travelling to conferences can get in the way too.
I'm glad to hear they're going through QA already. However, The performance on my Intel HD 3000 graphics is absolutely horrible at the moment. Is there any hope of a release in the very near future?
I don't understand why all those people are complaining about bad performances on Ubuntu 14.10. The only issue I'm facing with Intel gpu for now is a lot of tearing in videos, but nothing more (I've an i5-2430M with HD3000 igp)
I'm waiting for intel's new driver just to see if there are improvements but nothing more.
Moreover in this period I'm using Blender to render some animation and even if I start two blenders (one with opencl on intel igp, one with cuda on nvidia, desktop manager rendered by intel igp) I have no gui problems... so for me "stock" drivers on ubuntu 14.10 are performing very well...
@intelguys I'm a bit curious: what are the steps in QA process? Just testing on different hw/sw configurations or even more?
I've just found out that the issue was not the kernel driver. When I had Ubuntu 14.04 I've installed the intel drivers stack 1.0.7, however, when I upgraded to 14.10 the process broke everything. I've solved my issues by reinstalling xserver-xorg-video-intel libgl1-mesa-glx libgl1-mesa-dri xserver-xorg-core