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Last Comment Bug 828799 - WebGL hardware acceleration under Linux is "0/1 Basic no information"
: WebGL hardware acceleration under Linux is "0/1 Basic no information"
Status: RESOLVED DUPLICATE of bug 594876
Product: Core
Classification: Components
Component: Graphics (show other bugs)
: 18 Branch
: x86_64 Linux
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Assigned To: Nobody; OK to take it and work on it
: Milan Sreckovic [:milan]
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Reported: 2013-01-09 19:56 PST by Kai Hendry
Modified: 2013-01-14 02:27 PST (History)
2 users (show)
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Description Kai Hendry 2013-01-09 19:56:03 PST
User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (X11; Linux x86_64) AppleWebKit/537.11 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/23.0.1271.97 Safari/537.11

Steps to reproduce:

Loaded Banana Bread on two different Linux machines with GL/Mesa support

Actual results:

Poor performance, no hardware acceleration

Expected results:

3D accelerated Banana Bread. - from Sandy bridge laptop - about:support from Ivy bridge
Comment 1 Matthias Versen [:Matti] 2013-01-10 07:13:12 PST
Comment 2 Joe Drew (not getting mail) 2013-01-10 08:55:26 PST
Your WebGL is hardware accelerated (see WebGL Renderer). However, because we don't have hardware accelerated display of content on Linux, we have to read it back from the GPU and display it using software. That's what the "0/1 Basic" means.

*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 594876 ***
Comment 3 Kai Hendry 2013-01-10 20:51:23 PST
Thanks Joe. Reading I had the impression it's fast. I'm getting 20FPS on Banana bread on an Ivy Bridge setup, which is pretty poor.

We need a better "sanity test" (acceleration on and off side by side would be nice) and a better indication of what's going (wr)on(g) that "0/1 Basic"... Should I file a new bug?
Comment 4 Joe Drew (not getting mail) 2013-01-11 12:11:45 PST
Nothing's wrong with your setup wrt accelerated windows; that's just indicating that you're not using OpenGL for composition, which is expected on Linux.
Comment 5 Kai Hendry 2013-01-14 02:27:49 PST
I don't quite understand. If I use "OpenGL for composition" (not sure functionality this exists), will that help accelerate Firefox performance?

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