Lost opengl on buster and sid for i915 driver

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  • #24229
    Anonymous

      I noticed on several machines that after installing 19-b1 and
      and then updating it loses opengl support for anything older than g45
      video chips ( tried on 915, 965, and q43 motherboards).
      Has anyone else experienced this or have fixed.
      This also happens on 17.4.1 if set to the buster/sid repos and
      then updated.
      The live 19-b1 has gl support but when updated loses it.
      Stretch kept it though. So far only happened on buster & sid.

      #24231
      Anonymous

        2 breadcrumbs from websearch : past 30 days : debian i915 driver|module opengl broken

        Linux-i915-Season-Cleaning

        [SOLVED] Install rtl8812au-dkms-git driver on Kernel 5.1.8 and 5.2

        #24513
        Anonymous

          Well— still can’t get gl-on-intel to work but your first link shined
          some light. If they are redoing ?!(or messing up) the i915 KMS driver
          then it might be a while till things settle or works at all.
          The 2nd link can be deleted its a wifi not video driver link. Right now
          I stuck a NVIDIA NV43 [GeForce 6600] card in there until I can use the onboard
          video again. It works “so-far” with 19-b1 buster.

          #24519
          Anonymous

            I wrote: Well— still can’t get gl-on-intel to work
            This is 19-b1-64-bit btw
            After clean install then update/upgrade.
            I shutdown and took the nvidia card out….back to Intel onbaord.
            The nvidia card even fan cooled was really hot.
            The modesetting driver is now doing Open-GL-2.1 on the intel chip
            that didn’t do before on buster?

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