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Uninstall the bumblebee and install nvidia-prime ... execute: sudo apt-get purge bumblebee sudo apt-get install nvidia-prime The latest update for bumblebee is more than two years old. nvidia-prime is the replacement to switch between graphics. In case it will not work (even after a reboot) reinstall drivers. Uninstall all NVIDIA related ...
Remove bumblebee and use nvidia-prime to switch between the two graphics solutions instead. First identify your NVIDIA graphics hardware - open a terminal and execute: lspci -k | grep -EA2 'VGA|3D' Search for available drivers on the NVIDIA Drivers website. Update : Uninstall every NVIDIA related software ... When the GRUB boot menu appears : ...
I was following the same blog and faced the exact same problem today. Found out from http:// github.com/Bumblebee-Project/Bumblebee/wiki/Multi-monitor-setup ... Check and see if you have the tool 'intel-virtual-output' installed. This is included in 'xf86-video-intel' =< v2.99, aprox date released is 22/Dec/2014 Got to ...
I don't know if this apply to Ubuntu or not but don't forget to install bbswitch too. Last time I didn't this and my battery drain very fast. Good luck
This happens when you run the desired app with "optirun" or "primus" in front of it. Example: optirun glxinfo
You shouldn't install primus:i386 but primus-libs:i386 and primus-libs-ia32:i386 Also installing primus alone should install those packages by default! sudo apt-get install primus works for me with both 32-bit (Steam, TF2 etc.) and 64-bit apps (Blender, War Thunder etc.)!
I had similar issues. I didn't notice that much screen tearing with Prime, but there was a problem which required me to reboot every time I wanted to switch GPU. However, after installing Bumblebee I would always get a black terminal at log-in, no matter which guides or posts I followed. I spent two weekends installing and unintalling various combinations of ...
Answering my own answer : I managed to get back to the GUI by deleting the /etc/modprobe.d/bumblebee.conf file which is not removed as it should have upon bumblebee uninstallation. This file was preventing drivers to get loaded by blacklisting them.
I was trying to install CUDA 7.5 on Ubuntu 14.04.3 using runfile installation, because this worked for me starting from CUDA 5.0. I have a laptop with Optimus technology (Nvidia GT520M discrete card + Intel embedded card), thus I had to pass "--no-opengl-libs" flag to installer script. I was following Nvidia guide from here: ...
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