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Installing graphics drivers on ubuntu

I have an Nvidia GTX260 video card and I'm using Ubuntu 12.04 x64 bit. I've been trying for hours to get StarCraft II to work with wine and PlayOnLinux. I have tried nearly everything under the sun to ...
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Using external hard disk to boot 2 different computers with different hardware

I'm a CS student at my university, so I typically run a version of linux at my home computer when I do programming in C or other linux specific stuff. I really hate grub (it never seems to work for ...
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How to install Nvidia drivers on Debian Jessie

I have installed the Nvidia drivers according to the wiki but with no success. The system hanged during boot. So, how can I install the drivers successfully on Debian Jessie? My PC's specs: GPU: ...
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Why does monitor stay on when DPMS is enabled?

I am running Mint 13 connected to a Dell U2711 monitor via displayport. When the GDM logon screen is displayed, DPMS does not ever shut down the monitor. If I logon and run $ xset -q I get ... ...
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Installed a new NVidia graphics card and now I can't login

Running Linux Mint 14, I was using the integrated graphics from the i5 4670k processor. Now I've installed a NVidia graphics card (GTX 660 Ti) and now it doesn't login on normal mode. I tried ...
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Hibernate not working in Linux Mint 14 KDE after nvidia driver update

I've had some problems with the X server ramping up CPU usage, so I wanted to check if it goes away to a new Nvidia driver. I was at 304.xx and jumped to 319.49. Now, every time I try to hibernate, I ...
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Cinnamon crashed after nvidia drivers installation

I have installed Linux Mint 15 Cinnamon and I have installed Nvidia drivers using this question. After rebooting the system this message appeared: Cinnamon just crashed. You are currently running ...
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Problem with Xorg on Debian after upgrade to Wheezy

After I upgrade to wheezy I have a strange problem. See this image http://i.imgbox.com/accFOaW4.png to see what happening to my PC. As I move my mouse, artifacts of the pointer are left all over the ...
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Nvidia video card drivers for Linux compatibility

I'm looking to purchase a new graphics card but all vendors only provide drivers for Windows while Nvidia provides drivers for Linux, my question is whether I can use the drivers from nvidia or if ...
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GRUB Black Screen Problem

A Couple days ago I bought a laptop with NVIDIA G105M and Intel Core Duo Inside which has Windows 7 default. As a Linux fan, I wanted to install Ubuntu to my laptop and I plugged in my old live USB ...
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How to fix display error with GNOME Shell on Fedora 19?

I got the following problem: Well, just installed Fedora 19 alongside to my Debian installation. While GNOME Shell is working perfectly fine when running with Debian, there are some strange display ...
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Set up nvidia drivers on mobile sli configuration

I have been trying to get xfce running on my slackware install for a while now, but no matter which graphics driver I use it always fails with the no screens found error. I can run it at a ...
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After installing VirtualBox to Fedora 17 the system won't boot (NVidia drivers)

My luck I had couple of older kernels, which work. The new kernel, probably somehow patched by VirtualBox fails to load. What fails is X-server, when it tries to start, here's the log: [ 14.284] ...
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Mint15, 2 GeForce 450 cards cinnamon crashes

Just installed Linux Mint 15 fresh install, got 2 GeForce 450s w/ 3 monitors. Cinnamon crashes. I used the propriety drives so vmware would have hardware acceleration. I end up in fallback mode, any ...
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How To Diagnose Faulty (onboard) Network Adapter

I'm looking for advice on diagnosing ethernet connectivity issues under Linux. I suspect it's a hardware issue, though I am not entirely sure. It's an nVidia chipset and ethernet adapter. The device ...
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Can Xorg use non-square pixels? [or can we fake widescreen in a non-widescreen resolution?]

I have an older PC connected to an HD television over VGA. The set of screen resolutions available for me to use are all 4:3 aspect ratio (or there abouts). Output from xrandr: $ xrandr xrandr: ...
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Nvidia driver for Debian

Is there a "real solution" or driver for Nvidia Optimus graphic cards? I tested a lot of alternatives but no success. I know a lot of users face the same problem with Debian or Ubuntu-family. This ...
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Linux Mint 15 no audio with NVidia MCP51

I updated from Linux Mint 14 to 15 recently, and since then my audio driver seems to be gone or nonfunctional. I don't have a ton of experience with drivers under Linux (grew up a Windows guy), but ...
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Udev rule- change group

I would like to change group of /dev/nvidia0. I was write udev rule: KERNEL="nvidia[0-9]", GROUP="video", MODE="0666" But it does't change group, after reboot file is in rootgroup. How do this?
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Nvidia Proprietary Driver Causing Multiple Problems

I have recently downloaded and installed NVIDIA-Linux-x86_64-319.17.run for my Nvidia Quadro NVS 130M Graphics Card. Installation went fine after disabling the X server and running the install from a ...
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How to use nVIDIA drivers on Ubuntu 12.04? [closed]

I am using Ubuntu 12.04 x64 on my ASUS G75-VW with nVIDIA GTX670M. I have installed nvidia drivers via terminal and additional drivers, terminal says nothing to upgrade, additional drivers shows that ...
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How to use better driver (nouveau) instead of generic VESA with NVIDIA Quadro NVS 140M?

I've got laptop with NVIDIA Quadro NVS 140M and have no Gnome-shell which I like very well. I use: Debian GNU/Linux jessie /sid \n \l When I run Debian as live USB everything works fine. How to ...
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Which is has higher performance? Nvidia proprietary or Nouveau open source? [closed]

System: Manjaro 0.8.5.2 x64 Core 2 Duo P8700 @ 2.53Ghz Nvidia GT 240M
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Window contents disappear after maximizing

Window contents usually disappear after Maximizing them! Especially Firefox. I'm running Ubuntu 12.10 on a Vaio Z56 laptop (graphics card: nVidia GeForce 9300M GS). I've read this question before and ...
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Install Linux Mint 14 from CLI

I'm trying to install Linux Mint 14 from a live cd on a HP Pavilion laptop. I got some problem with X and the nvidia card, which prevents X from starting (and therefore prevents the live installer ...
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Fedora won't boot after installing Nvidia drivers

I followed this tutorial about Nvidia drivers installation and I accidentally forget to do 5th point (disabling nouveau drivers), so now I can't boot my system. I know I am idiot but is there anything ...
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Black screen closing windowed opengl apps : XIO fatal error 11

When I quit windowed OpenGL applications, mainly LWJGL ones, I get a black screen for approximately two seconds. The screen doesn't go in power save mode, it never shuts down: I can see the backlight ...
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how to mirror four monitors with 2 nvidia cards on debian?

I have 2 nvidia GeForce GT 610 video cards with 2 monitors plugged to each one of them. I can mirror the A and B and C to D but I want them all to show A. pleas help =)
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Mint update with NVIDIA breaks Cinnamon

I have Linux Mint 14 64-bit Cinnamon on a desktop with an NVidia GTX 680 graphics card. I downloaded and installed the drivers from the NVIDIA website (installed on TTY1 with sudo service mdm stop). ...
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How to change the default “fullscreen” monitor?

I have to monitors, one attached to my Nvidia graphics card using HDMI, the other one using VGA (using a DVI-VGA adapter). Most fullscreen games (that even recognizes that there are two monitors) uses ...
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OpenBSD, NVIDIA, and Xorg

I've installed OpenBSD 5.2 i386 on my desktop however I hit a wall when it came to running X at my native resolution (1920x1200). All of the hardware is working normally except for the video card: an ...
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Change screen resolution on Linux Mint

I have just installed Linux Mint 14 and I cannot change the screen resolution. The appropriate resolution 1920 x 1200, just isn't among the options. I have tried this solution but it reports: ...
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xorg.conf 2 cards 3 monitors - why is one monitor stretched?

I have 2 nvidia cards with three monitors Left (0), Middle (1), and Right (2). I have to use xinerama to make them all one desktop because xrandr only joins 0 and 1, leaving 2 as a separate desktop. ...
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How to disable Nouveau on Fedora 18?

I want to install the proprietary Nvidia driver. Downloaded it from here. I have the 64-bit one. However, when I try to install it, I can't because the Nouveau driver is already there. I have spend ...
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Upgrade OpenGL from 1.2 to 2 for Nvidia GT218 [GeForce 310]

To run my application OpenGL version 2.0 or higher is required. glxinfo | grep OpenGL yields: Xlib: extension "NV-GLX" missing on display ":1007.0". OpenGL vendor string: Mesa project: ...
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Debian Console Font with Nvidia Drivers?

On my Debian Squeeze (6.x) installation my system had a nice small login shell font (terminus??) but after installing the nvidia drivers for my machine it boots up using a very chunky font (on a 24 ...
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cinnamon doesn't start, bumblebee problem

I have Linux Mint 13 64 bit version with cinnamon, NVdia Geforce 320m, proprietary driver 304.54 if I'm not mistaken. I installed bumblebee following this guide: sudo add-apt-repository ...
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Lower resolution of LVDS-0 in different aspect-ratio nVidia

I am trying to clone 2 displays. I have a laptop with 1440x900 resolution and an external monitor with 1024x768 resolution. I want the laptop screen to show the same as the external monitor however, ...
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Checking video card load via command line

Is there a command like cpustat or iostat or memstat, but for the video card? Or some indication in /proc or /sys?
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How to disable nvidia ion on Asus eeepc 1201NL?

It seems that my netbook consumes battery too aggressively. I've been told that Nvidia ION videocard embedded into it has 2 cores and one of them is consuming battery all the time in Linux, since it ...
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Unable to get graphics to work on a Fedora 17 on a Intel Atom board

I have a Intel N2800 motherboard with the PoverVR Cedar Trail GPU. It seemed that it was not possible to make it work other than using some meego kernel patch that works on a specific kernel version. ...
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Typing in Chromium's/Chrome's Omnibox crashes browser

Very often, when I type something in Omnibox (address-bar), Chromium/Chrome crashes. W/ crash I mean that it freezes and refuses to any signals (mouse, keyboard etc.). This is what got printed out to ...
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Linux USB Boot results in black screen

I'm trying to install Linux alongside Windows 8 on my new Asus Zenbook UX32VD, which has both an Intel HD 4000 and a NVidia 620M I've been having quite a few problems booting up linux via USB so I ...
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Hopelessly stuck on making Nvidia Driver work on Debian

Before I posted question here, I'd been hacking around for the solution for my problem, but none of them worked. Here is my situation. I had a Win7 OS before I put a Debian Squeeze on it, now I got a ...
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Flash videos turn to gray box with light gradients on edges

As explained in the title .. it started happenning since installation of new openSUSE and it looks quite bizarre, see below for a shot from blip.tv. It happens usually after few minutes of watching ...
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Cannot add new mode in xrandr for external monitor

Today I was trying to connect my second monitor to my notebook. I have: nvidia graphic card 304.43 drivers [support xrandr 1.2] archlinux [up-to-date] awesome wm xrandr 1.3 My problem is with ...
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Twinview: 2 monitors difference resolutions with NVIDIA

I'm successfully using twinview to drive 2 monitors for my home theatre computer (one in the case, one projector). I recently upgraded my projector and now the two screens have vastly different ...
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KDE not loading without nomode tag in grub and bad resolution

I recently installed Linux Mint 13 KDE but it's not working fine. At first I had to use failsafe mode to boot because normal boot takes to a textual login. If I use normal boot and text login I'm not ...
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How to get dual graphic cards working under Linux?

My laptop is Dell Inspiron 5420, with two graphic cards: Intel HD Graphics 4000 Nvidia GeForce GT 630M I took the Thinkpad T400 configuration guide as an example to configure my Linux, but I only ...
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How to make changes in nvidia-settings tool persistent

I want to disable VSync (it's called "Sync to VBlank" in nvidia-settings) for my nvidia graphics card. But the configuration only takes effect if I start the nvidia-settings tool. After rebooting ...