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It is working but on command line... Add only the file name to open something: optirun vlc /path/of/gamesofvideo.mkv Seeing a video on command line is not very handy.
I found that editing the /etc/bumblebee/bumblebee.conf to match your installed driver. Your file should look like this for your current configuration. When this is configured it will automatically enable and work when using the primusrun command and after exiting the program it will shut it off. # Configuration file for Bumblebee. Values should **not** be ...
I don't know how to do it "automatically", per se, but you could just try putting a shellscript on your desktop and then running it every time you close whatever program you're using. Not necessarily what you're looking for, but a temporary, less tedious solution, at least.
It isn't specific of NVIDIA. What is been overheated are the CPU cores, and also started happening to me with Ubuntu 15.04 running Intel graphics. My brother also has an Intel graphics laptop, and suffers from this problem from a long time ago. Even when we changed the thermal paste for a high quality one (Artic Silver), the laptop is still shutting.
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