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I had the same problem. I opened an issue in mpv repository and it turned out that the problem is not about mpv but my drivers. Try this: MESA_LOADER_DRIVER_OVERRIDE=i965 mpv some_video.mp4 If it works, congratulations. You can create a script to pass this option and use that script instead of directly using mpv. Do not forget to make it executable. #!/usr/...


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TL;DR: Delete ~/.config/monitors.xml and try different a different port on your monitor. https://askubuntu.com/a/1377633/197395 Worked for both Samsung monitors for me, but may not work for you, but worth a try.


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Pop_OS is unsupported by Canonical, you should consult with developers of this system. In Ubuntu xrandr works in Xorg session. To switch to Xorg : log out . Click gear in bottom-right corner and select Ubuntu on Xorg. Log in. Check a name of your video output , current video mode and allowed refresh rates : xrand Then switch to some mode (example for ...


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The solution was to set enable_psr=0 correctly: Create a file /etc/modprobe.d/i915.conf with the following content options i915 enable_psr=0 and apply this configuration via sudo update-initramfs -u sudo update-grub After rebooting, my flickering and flashing issues were gone.


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This is how I came to a solution. I took help from this article. We need to generate a modeline We do so by going into terminal and typing “gtf x y r” where x is the horizontal resolution, y is the vertical resolution and r is the refresh rate (which is largely irrelevant since LCDs are the norm). So for example, mine was: gtf 1024 768 85 Once you’ve ...


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I hope I helped to clarify the problem. "Do not connect external displays to the USB-C connector 1 and the HDMI connector 2 at the same time. Otherwise, only the external display connected to the USB-C connector 1 will work by default. To change the priority between the USB-C connector and the HDMI connector, start the ThinkPad Setup program. See “” on ...


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I had a similar problem. Additionnally I use a tweaked version of Ubuntu using X11 instead of Wayland. I found some instruction that helped me solve the problem. https://unix.stackexchange.com/questions/358992/cursor-flickers-with-xrandr-scaling The trick I used is the additional xorg conf file: /etc/X11/xorg.conf.d/20-intel.conf Section "Device" ...


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Were you correct in doing so or being too cautious? I'll separate this question into two parts from the "or" in it. No, you weren't correct in doing so, considering the fact that Ubuntu 14.04 had reached its EOL. I'll advise you better install Ubuntu 18.04 LTS (which is still in support at the time of this answer) in case you're skeptical about ...


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You can check which GPU is used by running glxinfo | grep OpenGL With AMD dual graphics you can switch GPU by setting DRI_PRIME variable.


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