You still can, by setting "allow_rgb10_configs" true in drirc for gnome-
shell. Only the driver defaults were flipped.
Note that the modesetting driver does not support it, only after we get
xserver 1.20 in 18.10. So for Intel hw you'd need to use the -intel
driver until then.
** Also affects: clutter (Ubuntu)
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Force 8bit RGB config
Status in clutter package in Ubuntu:
Status in cogl package in Ubuntu:
Status in mesa package in Ubuntu:
Status in mutter package in Ubuntu:
New mesa supports 10bit RGB configs, and this causes issues with
cogl/mutter which get a random EGLConfig that breaks some
autopkgtests. To fix this this merge request is needed for mutter
and a similar one for cogl.
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