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Install 22/stable of graphics-test-tools

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Tools helpful in debugging graphics stacks

  • drm-info (MIT): List the capabilities and current settings of this device's DRM (Direct Rendering Manager) hardware.
  • glmark2-es2 (GPLv3): OpenGL ES 2.0 X11 benchmark.
  • glmark2-es2-wayland (GPLv3): OpenGL ES 2.0 Wayland benchmark.
  • eglinfo (MIT): Dump information about the available EGL setup.
  • glxinfo (MIT): Dump information about the available GLX setup.
  • vainfo (MIT): Dump information about the available VAAPI (hardware video acceleration) setup.
  • vdpauinfo (MIT): Dump information about the available VDPAU (hardware video acceleration) setup.
  • vulkaninfo (Apache-2.0): Dump information about the available Vulkan setup.
  • vkcube (Apache-2.0): Test the Vulkan setup.

This snap uses the graphics-core22 interface to gain support graphics hardware. It can be used to verify custom graphics-core22 provider implementations.

See for more information.

Details for graphics-test-tools

  • Apache-2.0 AND GPL-3.0 AND MIT

Last updated
  • 28 July 2023 - 22/stable
  • 22 May 2024 - 22/candidate



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