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[[Wikipedia:AIGLX|AIGLX]] is a project that aims to enable GL-accelerated effects on a standard desktop.
 
 
 
Arch Linux's [[Xorg]] package has AIGLX built-in and no configuration is required.
 
 
 
==Cards Supported==
 
 
 
    * ATI: Radeon r100, r200, r300 generations (7000, 8000 models)
 
    * ATI: Radeon r400 and greater (>9550) through the r300_dri driver or ATI's proprietary driver,<br>    version 7.10 (8.42.3) or later
 
    * ATI Radeon Xpress 200M. - with 8.3 or newer ati driver, works without problems at good performance
 
    * Intel: i810 through i965 (Intel Corporation Mobile 915GM/GMS/910GML - driver i915)
 
 
 
==Cards In Testing==
 
 
 
    * ATI: Radeon 9500 through X850 (r300 and r400 generations) - Open source drivers only.
 
    * ATI: R200 - Works slowly.
 
    * Savage: Any. - Works with slowdown, however, composite window managers cannot be started.
 
 
 
==Cards Not Supported==
 
 
 
    * ATI: Rage 128. - Driver locking issue.
 
    * ATI: Mach64. - No DRM support in Fedora, still insecure. The insecure version is available, see [[mach64]]
 
    * Matrox: MGA G200 to G550. - DRI locking. PCI cards probably have other issues as well.
 
    * Matrox: Millenium P650/P750 (undeclared 'GL_TEXTURE_RECTANGLE_NV' and 'GL_TEXTURE_RECTANGLE_ARB' in libGL.so)
 
    * 3dfx: Voodoo 1 and 2. - No DRI driver.
 
    * SiS: 661/741/760 PCI/AGP or 662/761Gx PCIE
 
    * Intel Corporation 82915G/GV/910GL (driver i915)
 
    * Via: unichrome 3D driver does not support AIGLX.
 
 
 
==See also==
 
*[[Composite]] -- A Xorg extension required by composite managers
 
*[[Compiz]] -- The original composite/window manager from Novell
 
*[[Xcompmgr]] -- A simple composite manager capable of drop shadows and primitive transparency
 
*[[Cairo Compmgr|Cairo Composite Manager]] -- A versatile and extensible composite manager which uses cairo for rendering.
 
*[[Wikipedia:Compositing window manager]]
 

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