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after replacing my smaller Medion Monitor 1440*900 with another 1080p Monitor, the problem displaying the login screen on both Monitors was solved automatically. **As resume: So this post doesnt answer how to correctly show login screen on dual monitor set up with different screen resolutions! The bigger screen only shows the lower resolution from the dual ...


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Have you tried to enter in the terminal: sudo apt-get update and then enter in the terminal: sudo apt-get install libGl.so.1 and it might work fine this way.


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I found my own solution: How to install and configure Nvidia Optimus driver on Ubuntu


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I have a NVIDIA GTX 550 ti in my computer and install the driver from nvidia.com. I encounter this issue when I finish upgrade operation sudo apt-get upgrade So I tried to reinstall the driver and it works. sudo stop lightdm sudo bash NVIDIA-Linux-x86_64-331.67.run


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I had a similar problem. This is just a note to whomever else might find it useful. Things started working once I re-enabled optimus from BIOS. It seems the developers didn't do enough error handling. There should really be a bug report about that.


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If you really want to use Bumblebee I suggest you follow the guide from the Ubuntu wiki, the basic steps are: Enable the Universe and Multiverse repositories - you need to do this to allow the bumblebee and nvidia packages respectively to be installed. sudo apt-get install bumblebee bumblebee-nvidia primus linux-headers-generic Reboot But I would ...


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Try taking a look at /etc/default/grub file. Open command line (Ctrl + Alt +T or Ctrl +Alt + F1), and type cat /etc/default/grub . Specifically, at this portion: Try altering GRUB_DEFAULT , GRUB_HIDDEN_TIMEOUT, GRUB_TIMEOUT, GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT just like mine. Also, /var/log folder has quite a few logs that can help you troubleshoot issues. ...


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In my case this did not work. The problem is a bug in ubuntu-drivers-common. I had the same problem with my W530 and could solve it by downgrading to ubuntu-drivers-common=1:0.2.91.4 sudo aptitude install ubuntu-drivers-common=1:0.2.91.4 sudo aptitude hold ubuntu-drivers-common


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solved it by downgrading to ubuntu-drivers-common=1:0.2.91.4 sudo aptitude install ubuntu-drivers-common=1:0.2.91.4 sudo aptitude hold ubuntu-drivers-common


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The problem is that you've uninstalled bumblebee without uninstalling the graphics driver. When you see the black screen, press CTRL + ALT + 1 (or F1 - try both) to bring up a console. Log in with your username and password. From here, uninstall your graphics driver (sudo apt-get remove nvidia-driver) or re-install bumblebee (sudo apt-get install ...


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I know its late, but since this question comes up on google, I will explain how I can use my Geforce GT 635M with crossover: 1) Find out how the windows program is launched; check /home//desktop/Some App.desktop for the Exec Line 2a) prepend primusrun (or optirun) OR 2b) the Exec line tells to execute a script somewhere in .cxoffice/.../.lnk; edit that ...


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new update: as I thought, changing just one line in /etc/bumblebee/bumblebee.conf actually worked out: I got everything working perfectly on updated LMDE 201403 (debian jessie based) by just adding some code to KernelDriver line. Before editing, it was like: KernelDriver=nvidia I just added -current to it. This is line now: KernelDriver=nvidia-current ...


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OK after trying a lot of different things (and subsequently undoing or redoing each one, to try to prevent a bigger mess), I found the solution. #uninstall bumblebee and nvidia drivers sudo apt-get purge bumblebee* nvidia* #reinstall nvidia 331 #(the only driver that apparently works correctly with my video card) sudo apt-get install nvidia-331 ...



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