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Forcing Gnome 3 to use Fallback mode

In Linux on August 5, 2011 at 10:20 pm

I use extended monitors for work  and at home and Gnome 3 just crashes when it uses its default 3D accelerated mode.   Fortunately, the “fallback” mode usually kicks-in which makes both monitors usable.

To set the non-accelerated mode as default go to “Applications->System Tools->System Settings->System Info->Graphics” and set “Forced Fallback Mode” to ON.

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