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I think your computer has Optimus technology. There are two solutions: Nvidia prime The binary Nvidia driver added partial Optimus support in the 319.17 update. You can install this by typing sudo apt-get install nvidia-319 nvidia-settings-319 nvidia-prime in the terminal to install the binary Nvidia driver. Prime will disable the Intel card, so you ...
Reading the README.in file from the source package, I found the section below. Looking for packages in trusty, I found that the trusty packages are up to date. What it does: The installer carries out the following tasks, prompting the user for authorisation when a privileged operation needs to be carried out: - Adding a repository to the package manager ...
I would first recommend installing sensord to test the temperature of various hardware devices (CPU for example): sudo apt-get install sensord After that simply run sensors to get a reading. It should look something like this: If you can get to the desktop somehow (Or change to another desktop or even run an LiveCD or LiveUSB image to test the ...
I can't exactly conclude which package resolved my problem, but installing KDE beside GNOME solved the problem for me. I assume that the packages gtk2-engine-oxygen, gtk3-engine-oxygen or a related package did the trick. I installed these to make Firefox look a bit nicer when running on KDE.
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