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Old 5th September 2011, 11:16 AM
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HP DV6T-6000 Quad Edition - available to test switchable graphics


I have the described laptop and would like to offer my help to the community in its effort to develop support for switchable graphics in Linux. Presently, I am using the integrated Intel Graphics card. It would be nice to see the discrete ATI 6770M supported too.

I can help with testing of any new modules being developed. If any member of teams working on Linux graphics is reading this, I would be keen to know about any ongoing project that is working to support switchable graphics.
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