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I run OpenGL in Ubuntu 14.04 on my laptop with a nvidia card. My laptop has a dual GPU (the nvidia one and the Intel integrated one).

I install the nvidia driver through the CUDA toolkit install (as I need both).

Because my laptop has 2 GPU cards, I have to install the nvidia driver with the --no-opengl-libs argument, which states not to replace GL libs (as they are the libs from the non-nvidia GPU).

My problem is that these non-nvidia GL libs are OpenGL 3.0 which is rather old.

What shall I do to make sure I use a more recent version of OpenGL?

The reference to the section of the Install Guide here mentioning --no-opengl-libs is in page 20.

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  • There's no need to use arguments. Installing the Nvidia driver does not affect the integrated Intel and its drivers. – user692175 Sep 8 '17 at 7:47
  • My driver install is done installing the CUDA toolkit (because I need both). And they mention this option as for the driver side of the install install guide here, page 20. I have updated my post to mention the CUDA toolkit install, but this is a driver related problem. – arennuit Sep 8 '17 at 9:49
  • That may be applicable to a multi-monitor desktop where the Intel Graphics is used for display and the Nvidia one for computation only, but even then the guide mentions they could, not they would. Not applicable to hybrid graphics laptops where you would be using one or the other. – user692175 Sep 8 '17 at 10:22

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