I have a Sony Vaio VPCEB1E0E, the issue I have is with the Intel HD Graphics chip, It has a native resolution of 1366x768, I can achieve 1024x768 using fix-vesa. However, dragging windows or scrolling is very jerky. I have searched absolutely everywhere for a resolution to my resolution problem (pun intended lol) for a good few weeks now, I have been a Linux user for a while now and I really wanted to try and fix this without asking noobish questions on this forum. The best I came up with was Intel Linux Graphics: Installation but I cannot get this to work. Its really annoying me now. It was my own fault really for buying the laptop without checking the compatibility first.
Ubuntu 10.04 on the other hand recognizes the intel hd graphics perfectly! what does Ubuntu 10.04 have that backtrack 4 r2 doesn't?
If anyone else has this a fix for this problem please let me know the steps you took.
Really sorry again for having to ask for help :/