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Follow these steps it will help you Run the following command in the terminal and type the password for the user when prompted. sudo apt-add-repository ppa:xorg-edgers/ppa After adding the PPA, update your system repository by running following command sudo apt-get update Now to install the NVIDIA GeForce graphics driver run following in terminal sudo ...


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Yes, Bumblebee should work fine with your card (Bumblebee supports whatever Nvidia or nouveau do). Do not hesitate to seek for help on the bugtracker. They are some known issues, but most of them should be fixed in the coming release (for which a pre-version is available through our testing PPA. You might potentially also have some issues with bbswitch (the ...


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Currently, you have (at the best of my knowledge) three possibilities regarding Nvidia hybrid graphics (the so-called Optimus technology) under Linux: Bumblebee. While this project might seem dead, it’s not (discloser: I’m part of the dev team). It has been slowly developing for a very long time, because we were all quite busy, but things have gone better ...


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It looks like that the Driver entry at the bumblebee config file should be nvidia and not nvidia-361, although the bumblebeed says that the configuration test has passed as seen before: [ 782.333969] [DEBUG]Configuration test passed.


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A reason to install bumblebee instead of nvidia-prime is that with bumblebee you can switch easier between both GPUs. With nvidia-prime you can only select a single GPU for an X session. That means that if you want to switch GPU, the X session has to be restarted. With bumblebee, it is not necessary to restart the X server. This blog contains installation ...


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Ubuntu 16.04 of course supports hybrid graphics solutions, especially notebooks that have intel graphics and NVIDIA graphics with Optimus support. Do NOT install bumblebee, it is not under development anymore, the latest version is from April 2013. The solution to switch between the two graphics today is nvidia-prime, which is available in the official ...


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In my case I found that the NVidia card was not actually turned off, and the only thing I actually needed to do to run CUDA code was: export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/usr/lib/nvidia-352 in the shell where I want to run it (I am assuming that globally changing the alternatives setting would break compiz, etc, etc...) To get to this point (on a Dell Optiplex 7010, ...


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First remove all currently installed NVIDIA software. Select the Ubuntu menu entry and press the E key. Add nouveau.modeset=0 at the end of the linux line. Press the F10 key to boot into the Ubuntu system. When the login screen appears press Ctrl+Alt+F1. Enter your user name and password and then execute : sudo apt-get purge nvidia* sudo reboot ...



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