dcomsa wrote:Unfortunately this didn't work for me.
@JockeTF: I'm using the normal i810 driver again, because the intel one played some tricks on me when I tried to watch a movie.
Yes, the new intel driver (In the Ubuntu Feisty Fawn repositories) can't (right now) use XV and a compositing manager at the same time.
Too bad that the fix didn't work for you, dcomsa.
Which intel GMA are you using? Did see any of those "black screens" while trying to play single player?
DevUrandom wrote:Should this go into 2.0.8?
If so, I think we have to check (and fix) the sideeffects, since I remember that I had removed that file earlier, but had to include it again since that removed the cutscenes entirely. (And caused some crashes or other breakage? I don't remember what exactly it was, but it was bad.)
I think that it might be better to find the real source of the problem (if anyone got the time to do so) which probably is the thing which "plays" the novideo.rpl file instead of just removing the file. But it sure would be better to remove the novideo.rpl with the bug rather than leaving both there, atleast for some of the Intel GMA users out there.
Alpacas are awesome.