• Blender graphical glitches


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  • The only thing I can think of is to try the new amdgpu drivers.

    https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/AMDGPU

    It’s not an easy task, as if I’m not mistaken, you’ll have to recompile your kernel. Check the section “Enable amdgpu for Sea Islands or Southern Islands cards”.

    The other driver you can try is the catalyst one:
    https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/AMD_Catalyst
    The problem with this one is that it does not support xorg-server 1.18 (and current version is 1.19!). So you’ll have to downgrade to xorg-server 1.17 (which imho, is a pita).

    Sorry that I do not have better news. To be honest, I think you’ll have better success with a non-rolling and older distro. You could try Gnome Ubuntu (and better if is not the latest release, but one from 2015 or so).

    Cheers!

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  • Same on me… I’m using open-source drivers… Try to start in terminal and look what’s wrong? 0_1484717242928_blender crushes termmessage.png

  • Hi,

    jack is an audio server. You really don’t need it to work with Blender, so I think that this error has no relation with any graphical glitches you may have.

  • @karasu yes i know…but that’s the terminal message.

  • @omerdemirbag which graphics card do you have?

  • @karasu ati mobility radeon hd5xxx

  • @FelliVox user preferences > system > window draw method… holy crap!
    @karasu

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  • @FelliVox it solves, yes…

    Blender’s gonna experience a poor period, but imo coders will support gpu rendering with opencl on some day ;)

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