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Based on your query in http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2291771 and the answers there, what you are asking for is not possible. From the forum: From my understanding of Nvidia Optimus technology I do not think it is possible. The purpose of Optimus is automatic switching between a more powerful GPU for high intensity graphic tasks with ...


You need to install a proprietary video driver. It can be done by running in terminal sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install nvidia-346 nvidia-prime After reboot you will be able to switch adapters. Now your Nvidia adapter consumes power but is not used.


I have a lenovo ideapad z400. I tried all the TIPS listed above, no success. So I found a different one that worked very well : Put the following line in /etc/default/grub GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX="acpi_backlight=vendor acpi_osi=Linux resume=/dev/sdYY" YY = Swap area, use swapon -s to see you swap device. Execute an update-grub as root After the reboot ...


At last, I have found the answer. NVIDIA GeForce 940M is a new gpu. so all what you have to do is install cuda 7.5. When I install cuda with ubuntu 14.04. It worked without any problem. Bust sometimes it caused some issues. And then I installed ubuntu 15.04 with cuda 7.5 and it's working fine without any trouble.


You could try just using the 14.10 installer, but I take zero responsibility for damage caused to your system.


We (the team who wrote the installer) use a few symbols like ⏳ (HOURGLASS WITH FLOWING SAND) in the UI (in some activity messages the installer sends and so forth): installing ttf-ancient-fonts means there's guaranteed to be a font with enough unicode coverage that they show up.


Please tell us more about your source ? Try to dump to file, and load it using different tools like vlc , interesting info may appear You can adapt : location=/tmp/tmp.ts uri="file://${location}" gst-launch-1.0 udpsrc port=${port} ! filesink location=$location gst-launch-1.0 playbin uri=$uri #| Got EOS from element "playbin0". gst-launch-1.0 ...


Quotes from Cairo-Dock Official Forum. OpenGL use GPU, whereas Cairo use CPU. So, if your graphical card have a good support ( for example a lot of Nvidia) In your case i would suggest you to choose openGL option. Since your processor (sorry) was suck....


Updated versions of X.org drivers, libraries, etc. for Ubuntu; “Ubuntu-X” team Intel has not restricted drivers available for Linux. The drivers are all open source. It's name is X.org. Note: X.org is normally getting updated by Ubuntu when a new stable version release. "This PPA is for stable upstream releases of X.org components. If you're looking for ...


Try this solution, it's great, I could solve my problem with this https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/472406,, then you must update the kernel and to do in terminal sudo update-grub and reboot,, then you have a PC without problems


Of course you can modify the resolution. You simply have to select the value that fits your screen from drop-down list I surrounded in red here:


Simple. right click on speaker icon(top right, next to clock or power icon) click 'sound settings' on 'Output' tab, select 'HDMI/Display port'

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