I have fully given up on ubuntu and i am glad cause i really dislike it. have now returned to whats best to my liking, fedora.
anyways enough sucking up.
i am trying to achieve somewhat of good performance on my newly purchased Lenovo ideapad s110 netbook.
this little tiny beast runs on a atom n2600 with GMA 3600 (powervr something).
anywho ... the good news is this: fedora compiled kernel shows correct screen resolution however the video driver is literally crap. i believe its in vesa mode but with correct resolution.
now on this video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bpQwcOaI8J8
he shows the machine running very smoothly and puts in the comments: using Fedora-based Linux with a video driver implemented by us.
can anyone shed some light on this matter?