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If you want to keep your nvidia optimus technology to save battery life, you could use Bumblebee from apt-get as Danatela said. Then, optirun name-of-the-program will allow you to set name-of-the-program program to run with your Nvidia GPU. If you don't care about battery life, all you have to do is to switch from Nvidia Optimus to you NVIDIA GEFORCE in ...
The following seems to fixed the issue for me: export hiz=false export INTEL_HIZ=0 export INTEL_SEPARATE_STENCIL=0 If it doesn't help try sudo intel_reg_write 0x2120 0x1206800 Source.
According to this MUXLESS SYSTEMS First thing you need to do is turn on your discrete GPU if it's not turned on already: # echo ON > /sys/kernel/debug/vgaswitcheroo/switch Verify that this worked by issuing this command again: # cat /sys/kernel/debug/vgaswitcheroo/switch Now, we have to know IDs that xrandr assigned to your cards. Do this as ...
Ubuntu and Kubuntu are a bit overkill for a low powered computer. Try Lubuntu or Xubuntu. If you still want to use Ubuntu, try disabling it's effects using CCSM. First install CCSM by typing in the terminal sudo apt-get install ccsm Launch ccsm ccsm Deselect all effects Here you can deselect all three options from the effects section. close and ...
After some trying I found a solution. as stated in dmesg, the e1000 driver failed to verify the NIC's NVRAM checksum, so it rejected the hardware MAC and assigned zeros to the MAC. so I just assigned a valid MAC to the interface, this way the interface enabled. the MAC assignment could be done in two ways: either by ifconfig: /etc/init.d/networking stop ...
I know it may sound stupid but I was having the same issue with Virtual Box. If you do not select the Ubuntu x64 for the operating system drop-down (ie you might have selected just Ubuntu, there should be two options for the Ubuntu distribution). The system auto boots to a virtual i686 instead of the required X86-64.
I think nvidia geforce 210 does not have the bandwidth to support 3840 x 2160. You need a DisplayPort 1.2 capable video card./ see http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?page=article&item=linux_uhd4k_gpus&num=2 for more help
yes, you can use it.The architecture is named after AMD because AMD invented it, with the Athlon 64. Similarly, the 32-bit i386 architecture is named after Intel's 386 processor, because it was the first of its kind, but i386 will also work on AMD processors,vice versa.
Amd is the name of Intels competitor, but in this case Amd64 refers to the fact that it is suitable for 64 bit processors - both AMD AND Intel.
Maybe try the following first to update your intel driver: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:glasen/intel-driver sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install xserver-xorg-video-intel This may also be down to certain chipsets needing KMS in order to run X and a desktop environment such as GNOME, KDE, Xfce, LXDE, etc. KMS is supported by Intel chipsets that use the ...
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