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An i5 is a fairly modern processor, and should do all the graphics stuff without troubles. I had Ryzom running on different boxes with i5 builtin graphics (no extra graphics card) on HP and Fujitsu notebooks.Yet, I did download the fairly old Ryzom from sourceforge, had to do several GB of updates with ryzom_update.sh (practically everything, was horribly boring), but then, everything worked out of the box. And I saved this version to USB media, and ran it from different Linux boxes, OpenSuse, Fedora, Debian Sid. I did not use precooked stuff from Ubuntu.

Try to run ryzom_update.sh in your Ryzom base directory. Maybe that will help.

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