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Driver install, kernel source not found

I am trying to install a NVidia Cuda driver on a Amazon EC2. GPU instance (Amazon Linux AMI (HVM) 2013.09.2 - ami-e9a18d80) following the instructions laid out in a blog. It worked for the last two ...
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connecting laptop to LCD TV via VGA cable

I'm trying to connect my laptop (Acer Aspire 5315 having Ubuntu 13.04) to Samsung LCD HDTV. I connected the VGA cable; one end on my laptop VGA socket & the other on the TV VGA socket. But when I ...
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installing nvidia driver on archlinux and mining dogecoin

I have a GeForce GTX660 and I'm trying to install the latest nvidia driver to ultimately be able to mine dogecoins with these installation instructions It says to put my kernel version in my PKGBUILD ...
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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 do I downgrade my nVidia Driver in openSUSE 12.1?

I’m trying to trouble-shoot a problem that I’ve been having. Downgrading my nVidia driver is about the only thing I haven’t tried. I have an nVidea GeForce 6200 and installed the ...
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What fedora 15 should I download?

I would like to get Fedora 15, but I also need kmod-nvidia-PAE drivers. So, which iso exactly should download to make the kmod-nvidia work when I will download it by RPM Fusion? (Like the right kernel,...
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Xorg -configure doesn't work with nouveau drivers

I'm having problems setting up X.org on Gentoo. At the moment I have kernel 2.6.37-gentoo-r4 installed and have built X against this kernel. I have nouveau drivers installed and they seem to be ...
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Replace Incorrect Packages which are Dependencies

The machine has a NVIDIA GeForce 7350 LE graphics card, and I realised that I set up the wrong graphics driver when setting up an Arch Linux machine. I also chose the wrong versions of libgl and lib32-...
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Is my Nvidia dead?

I am on Debian Jessie. I just wanted to install Nvidia drivers. But I found nvidia-detect does not detect my dedicated chip. Although it is listed in lshw. lshw -c video before any installation # ...
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How many distinct video cards do I have?

I'm logged on to a remote machine and I'm trying to determine how many video cards are installed. The machine was built for CUDA operations so it's likely to have more than one NVIDIA card. > ...
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Alternatives for Bumblebee?

Last commit to Bumblebee was in 2013 and since then the project appears to be dead. Has an better alternative to Bumblebee (a fork perhaps) emerged? Have NVidia started supporting Optimus for Linux in ...
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xrandr --listproviders does not detect nvidia

I'm trying to configure 'Offloading Graphics Display with RandR 1.4' but xrandr detects only Intel video card: $ xrandr --listproviders Providers: number : 1 Provider 0: id: 0x45 cap: 0x2, Sink ...
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Reliable and persistent installation of the Nvidia driver on Centos 5

We have a bunch of computers controlling equipment that run on Centos 5. We also need to use the proprietary Nvidia driver, the default nv driver doesn't work correctly with some software we need. ...
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configure second monitor

I have a new Debian machine and I'm trying to attach a second monitor to it. When I plug it in in my HDMI port, the second monitor duplicates the firts monitor, while I wuold like to extend it. My ...
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switching nvidia profiles

I have an old laptop with a nivdia card (360m) and I use powermizer to force it to run a very low clock. Heres my configuration at /etc/X11/xorg.conf.d/20-nvidia.conf Section "Device" ...
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I have nvidia driver 304, can I install instead nvidia-331?

I have a computer in which there's Linux Mint 16 64Bit. Currently I have the nvidia-304 driver, exactly the 304.121 one. I've installed it thanks to the xorg-edgers PPA, because i don't have any ...
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Nvidia crash linux mint 16

I'm trying to install nvidia drivers but when I install it and reboot I'm getting popup with information about crash system. And I have excluded Cinnamon. I'm doing it by those commands: sudo add-...
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Need help installing NVIDIA graphics driver for Optimus configuration

I have followed the following steps to get Optimus/Bumblebee configuration running on Fedora 20 (fresh basic installation) on my brand new laptop (based on msi barebone MS-16GC). I have listed all ...
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Mac G5 - Nvidia GeForce 5200 FX settings

I finally was able to install Debian on my powerpc, but the only way to get a GUI up is by disabling nouveau. I just use Linux nouveau.modeset=0 at the yaboot prompt. However my color is all messed up ...
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how to use nvidia vdpau decoding for mplayer video player in linux?

How can I manage to switch on nvidia vdpau decoding on mplayer video player in Ubuntu 11.04? It doesn't work with default options. I've got the proprietary drivers installed: dpkg -l nvidia-current ...
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Xorg: two different libglx.so's with two different serverlayouts

I have an nvidia card for on monitor and a radeon (onboard) card for a second screen on Ubuntu 11.04. Would it be possible to have one serverlayout use the nvidia libglx.so and the second ...
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How can I get my Optimus-addled NVIDIA card to offer output via xrandr?

I have a laptop that is crippled with NVIDIA Optimus. I'm not greatly interested in saving power so I'd be willing to turn on the NVIDIA chip permanently, but my BIOS does not offer that option. ...
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Dual-monitor problem NVIDIA, screens flickering (turning on/off)

I switched to NVIDIA drivers in Linux Mint 17.3 Cinnamon via Driver Manager in order to be able to play games. I am on NVIDIA 750M. The problem is, when I try to connect the second screen via ...
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Nvidia driver for kernel 4.4.1? Any luck, anyone?

After some challenges getting Kernel 4.4.1 (Ubuntu 15.10 ) to work on my hardware (MSI GS40 Phantom laptop) it looks like I have to go back to Noveau as the nVidia driver doesn't work. Has anybody ...
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Debugging cuda nvidia driver crashiness

I'm running a headless Ubuntu server 14.04 with GeForce 690 GPU, trying to do fun Cuda machine learning stuff. I'm having issues with the driver hanging, and hoping to get some help debugging it here. ...
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nvidia-smi hangs indefinitely: what could be the issue?

I try to run nvidia-smi from the shell on a machine, but it hangs indefinitely: what could be the issue?
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G-Sync on Linux — how to get it working?

I have a new system with a couple of 4K monitors with G-Sync support (Acer XB280HK), and a card capable of driving them (Geforce GTK 970). I have the Nvidia proprietary driver installed, version 352....
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Need help configuring Xorg.conf for 6 monitor Big Desktop

Update: Here are the some things I have attempted when I had some time to battle this. Linux mint is the only distribution which for some reason Randr can see all 6 monitors. I can configure and ...
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Three monitors on two video cards (NVIDIA and RADEON)

Hello I have the following settings on my PC: OpenSuse Leap 42.1 Geforce GT 430 (with two monitors: DVI-I-1-1 and VGA-1-2) And a third monitor connected to the onboard video card (a Radeon 3000). ...
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xrandr won't recognize HDMI

System Spec OS: Debian 8 Jessie Computer Model: ASUS G46V Laptop Graphics Card: Nvidia Geforce GTX 660M (This only seems to be an issue with my nvidia systems) Current Video Drivers: Nouveau ...
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Ubuntu & Linux Mint: multiple graphic card drivers

I am new to the Linux world and thought I'd give it a go. I ran into a problem early on that I can't seem to find any real specific information on although many people have had similar problems. I am ...
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Creating a virtual X11 output with Nvidia driver

I'm attempting to follow this guide to extend the desktop on computer A to computer B by creating a virtual output on computer A and using vnc to display the virtual output on computer B. The ...
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Prevent upgrade Ubuntu 12.04.4 to 12.04.5

How do I prevent upgrading to ubuntu 12.04.5 from 12.04.4 when running sudo apt-get update in the terminal? I am using CAELinux xubuntu 12.04.4, Asus N53s laptop, I7, Nvidia GT540M Graphics card
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NVIDIA drivers as LKMs in Unix: Module nvidia not found

Some time ago, I installed GeForce GTX 970 on my computer running under Fedora 20. An import thing to know is that I'm using the card only as an accelerator (not for graphics). Until recently, it ...
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HDMI on Nouveau driver is glitchy

I am trying to use HDMI with a nVidia GT525M card with the Nouveau driver. Distro is Ubuntu 15.04 and the monitor works perfectly with the VGA output (by a Mini DisplayPort to VGA adapter) - then I ...
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Linux - rendering performance after switching from nvidia to nouveau drivers

I use UBuntu 14.04 LTS. I have purged all nvidia proprietary drivers and currently my system use Nouveau driver. Here is an output from glxinfo | grep OpenGL : when using nvidia propietary drivers ...
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Black Screen Booting Into Linux Mint (On Dual Boot Machine w/SLI + 2 Monitors)

I'm currently dual booting Linux Mint and Windows 8 on a machine with dual ASUS nVidia GTX 770s running in SLI (on an ASUS Z97-Deluxe motherboard). Everything works fine on the Windows side, but when ...
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Nvidia drivers debian wheezy

I had some problems with my graphics card. I tried following the instructions from here https://wiki.debian.org/NvidiaGraphicsDrivers to install the appropriate drivers. The result is I can't ...
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debian asus g551jm gnome 3 using integrated gpu instead of nvidia

I have an asus g55jm running debian wheezy with gnome. By default the integrated gpu instead of the nvidia gtx860M card for the desktop. running lspci outputs: 00:00.0 Host bridge: Intel ...
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Opensuse goes consol after booting?

I am new to opensuse. i have installed opensuse 13.2 gnome i tried to install nvidia drivers. after installing drivers . when i restart i go direcly to consol (NOT GUI) so i removed nvidia ...
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3 displays, linux mint 17

I have a laptop Acer Aspive V3-771G with GeForce 740M. I want make my laptop to output information on 3 displays (laptop's display + I have 2 external monitors), but I can't do that because of errors, ...
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What are the /proc/drivers directories organisation for nouveau or radeon

The context: I need to get some basic informations from the graphic card in a lib in lua. The idea is to not rely on external software (like hwinfo for example). I know that for a system with an ...
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Unable to install Nvidia Drivers in Kali Linux (no version information available required by /lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libgcrypt.so.20)

I am recently installed Kali Linux 1.0.9a. I have Nvidia GEForce 210 graphic card, so I try to install nvidia drivers by doing the following procedure specified here apt-get install nvidia-kernel-...
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NVidia drivers on Macbook Pro (2008) Linux Mint?

Ok. I am literally installing it from scratch and tracking my process here and now. I've been fighting this for so long. Macbook Pro, 2008 I believe. ~200GB HD. I'm not dual booting. Mint and only ...
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Configuring Linux Second Monitor

I have two identical monitors (Compaq CQ1859s, 1366x768). I just installed Ubuntu onto the computer with which these monitors are being used. Upon installation, one of the monitors had its type ...
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A distro that supports intel/nvidia hybrid graphics out of the box [closed]

I've spent so much time trying to get various flavours of Linux to run on my Dell XPS LS02 laptop which only has a HDMI output. I've tried all sorts of solutions and methods including http://...
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Can't load X server Mint 15

I've already spend nearly 10 hours trying to solve my problem. After I've installed nvidia-current package and reboot, system shows Mint logo and stacks on it, whithout any output. Because of the ...
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3 monitors on 2 separate nvidia cards with compositing and rotation

Is this even possible? I've got 3 monitors (#1, #2, and #3) and 2 video cards (A and B). #1 and #2 are connected to video card A, and #3 is connected to B. I want to rotate monitors #2 and #3, and ...
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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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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?