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Unable to load the kernel module 'nvidia.ko'

On my system I'm unable to install the recommended graphics driver, so something must be wrong with my installation. The GPU chipset is ATI ES1000, but the recommended driver is NVIDIA NVS300 ...
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[Linux Debian 8]: Driver Installation asks me to insert a disc

So I recently installed Debian 8 and am currently trying to get the software configured with my NVIDIA video card. The official Debian page instructed me to do this: Add deb ...
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Remove nouveau driver (nvidia) without rebooting

I have a Ubuntu Version here, that is started from USB as a Live version. I do not want to install it on hdd, because it would be too much for only testing a small thing on Ubuntu. So I started ...
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Nvidia Geforce GTX 860M video card not recognized by Linux

I have a new laptop by Asus Republic Of gamers. I have installed Ubuntu 14.04 on this laptop but now there is a problem with the video card not being even recognized by the system. In Bios there is ...
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Remove All NVIDIA Files

Background: I bought an NVIDIA graphics card and tried to install its driver. Somewhere along the way I messed up and now I'm running my computer on Cinnamon backup mode (I have Ubuntu but I removed ...
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Brightness issues (etc.) with Nvidia Card in OpenBox

After a fresh install of Crunchbang Linux 11 on an Intel 486 powered machine I struggle with setting the display brightness which blasts at 100% … this is really, physically painful. My efforts ...
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Debian Stable libgl1-nvidia-glx:i386 not found (trying to install Steam)

I just installed Debian and now I am trying to set up Steam. I did the first 2 steps in the 64 bit instructions and also installed ia32-libs. But when I run the following: apt-get install ...
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Unable to change backlight level

In Manjaro I can't set the backlight. I've tried to add: acpi_osi=Linux acpi_backlight=vendor to the kernel's command line but it didn't work. And I also added Option "RegistryDwords" ...
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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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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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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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How do I setup dual-head monitors with an Nvidia drivers and one monitor rotated?

I have an integrated ION GPU, which is supported by the proprietary drivers and I've never been able to get the open source drivers to work. I would like my left screen to be normal, but the right ...
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Confusion about low frame rate with Nvidia GeForge, but hardware rendering seems to work?

All over the years I have always wondered why my Compiz animations on Gnome 2 are not as smooth as on my old Laptop running with Intel GMA 965. Maybe this is related to low frame rates. When I run ...
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Can Bumblee really help with Optimus Laptops?

I bought Lenovo Z570 which comes with nVidia GEForce GT520M (Optimus technology) and recently I installed Ubuntu 11.10. Surprisingly, whenever I boot my system CPU fan rotates at very high speed and ...
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Why won't NVIDIA X Server Settings configuration save on reboot?

I'm on a 64-bit machine running Debian 8.2 "Jessie" with MATE Desktop Environment. I have a Geforce GTX 650ti video card. I'm logged in as a non-superuser account named "john." I open NVIDIA X ...
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Monitoring GPU memory I/O

Is there any way to monitor GPU memory I/O from the shell, with Nvidia graphic cards used with CUDA? I use nvidia-smi to see the current memory utilization, but I would prefer to see the deltas ...
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Nvidia driver problem on suspend Linux Mint

I have problem little problem with Linux Mint 17.3, I've install Nvidia 352.63 driver and everything works fine until I suspend. When I resume after suspend animations start lagging, while I'm ...
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How to make Nvidia Optimus work on Kubuntu 15.10

I thought it would install itself properly since it offered me Nvidia drivers after fresh system installation. It did not.
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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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What is the proper procedure for upgrading a nvidia card?

I'm using Linux Mint. I already know how to do it in Windows but I'd like to know how to upgrade. I'm going to be changing from a GT 610 to a GTX 950. Is there anything I need to change like drivers? ...
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Installing new NVIDIA driver fails

I hope this is as easy as an already answered question I didn't find on SE. So, I have an LTSP server running CentOS 6. Linux kernel version of both LTSP image and server are the same: is ...
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[ERROR]Cannot access secondary GPU…Failed to initialize the NVIDIA kernel module [closed]

I've installed Bumblebee with Ryan McQuen's crazybee.sh script, described here, and I'm actually able to startx successfully now (because Bumblebee uses the on-board Intel graphics by default), but ...
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Change X server configuration at runtime

Environment: NVidia video card with NVidia drivers. Debian 8. Multiple monitors I currently have 2 screens connected to my computer. Usually (while working) I like to use both. Sometimes (while ...
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Using NVIDIA instead of Intel causes a different theme

My current setup is a laptop with an NVIDIA Optimus graphics card running Ubuntu 14.10 with Cinnamon as my desktop environment. I usually use the Intel card because of the reason I'm asking this ...
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how to install nividia bumbulbee in linux mint 17.1 (cinnamon)?

I am having Nvidia GEFORCE 610m graphic card. whenever i install nvidia drivers in mint cinnamon 17.1 my cinnamon crashes and my cinnamon goes in fallback mode !! SO how can i install bumblebee in ...
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NVIDIA 343 drive crashes X server

In my Mint 17 install, I recently tried updating to the new proprietary NVIDIA 343 driver. When I reboot after install, X server fails to start. I can get a shell in recovery mode and tried running ...
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“UnicodeDecodeError: 'utf-8' codec can't decode byte 0xff in position 0: invalid start byte” error when attempting to remove nvidia-304 package

I'm trying to remove package nvidia-304 from my system (Ubuntu 14.04) but I'm getting this error: Do you want to continue? [Y/n] y (Reading database ... 283298 files and directories currently ...
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Debian doesn't boot after plugging new graphics card

Recently, I've replaced a basic ATI card to NVIDIA GeForce 750 Ti. Windows 8.1 and Ubuntu work fine, but Debian cannot even boot. After selecting standard boot: And after boot in recovery mode: . I ...
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NVIDIA Proprietary Driver on Debian Jessie Problems

I have dabbled in running a Debian server before, but this is my first time using its graphical interface for my main pc. I have been trying to install the nvidia proprietary drivers. I have SLI gtx ...
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Broken GLX error when using Bumblebee 3.2.1 on openSUSE 13.1

Update I started all over again. This time instead of the one-click button for the drivers I installed nvidia-bumblebee. This works slightly better because now I have my desktop effects back again. ...
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On 13.10 mint graphic periodically freezes after recent updates

laptop lenovo idea pad u430p, Linux Mint 16. Like I said in the title occasionally graphic freezes while all other systems continue to work normally (music plays, for example). Sometimes it unfreezes ...
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How to mirror two screens / nvidia graphic pilot / LMDE / Macbook 2008

I'm using LMDE on a MacBook 2008; it works perfectly (and my MacBook runs much more faster than with Mac OS X) I have one problem: when I plug in an external display, I can't get the two displays to ...
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Having nVidia OpenGL 32bit driver on a 64bit Debian system in multiarch

I'm trying to install 32 bit nVidia drivers on my 64-bit system (to get wine working with OpenGL). So I tried: root@grzes:/lib# aptitude install libgl1-nvidia-glx:i386 libxvmcnvidia1:i386 The ...
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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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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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Nvidia 9800GT and HP w1907v resolution woes

I was happily dual-booting Windows 7 and Ubuntu 10.10 a year or two ago, with, as in the title, an Nvidia GeForce 9800 GT graphics card (on a Gigabyte GA-MA790XT-UD4P) outputting VGA to an HP w1907v ...
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Can today Linux/X/Mesa/whatever versions use OpenGL with nVidia GeForce 4 Go 420?

I don't know exactly all the libraries responsible for graphics rendering and acceleration in a common Linux PC of today but I wonder if I can install an up-to-date Linux (like XUbuntu 11.10 or Arch) ...
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Multi-monitor Xorg nVidia on Ubuntu 10.10 without root?

Here at work we just set up a Ubuntu Terminal Server, All of our workstations have multiple monitors, of different sizes, 2-3 screens and varying nVidia video card models, but they all are nvidia. I ...
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Attempting to use OpenCL with Nvidia on Arch Linux

I have an Nvidia Quadro 400 GPU. In order to use OpenCL, I installed the following packages: nvidia-340xx nvidia-340xx-libgl nvidia-340xx-utils opencl-nvidia-340xx ocl-icd opencl-headers ...
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Optirun / Primusrun and Steam errors

When I run Steam using optirun steam it starts ok and Steam uses my nvidia card. But when I start a game, the following errors are printed on console: ERROR: ld.so: object ...
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Load NVIDIA module for X and load nouveau module for framebuffer: automatically

NVIDIA driver doesn't have support for framebuffer console. I want Linux kernel to automatically load NVIDIA for X window system, and nouveau for framebuffer console. There should be a method to ...
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Arch Linux : no screen found with nvidia graphics card

Installing arch linux+XFCE4 on MSI laptop with nvidia gtx950M and intel 530 graphics card. When I type startx no screen found. Error is shown. Full /var/log/Xorg.0.log and xorg.conf. The output of ...
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Why do interrupted processes show up in nvidia-smi?

When ​I kill processes in terminal using C-c and run nvidia-smi, the process are still shown as "compute processes". These processes are no longer in the top resu​lts. I have to kill -9 to clean them ...
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OpenGL and Nvidia Problem with Manjaro after trying to configure settings

I didn't have any problem with my Graphics driver or OpenGL before, and I was able to play 3D games using POL. But when i was just looking around in my system I came up with nvidia-settings so when I ...
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Do I need an NVidia GPU locally if I only sync projects to create remote builds on targets?

I'll be installing the cuda toolkit 7.5 on debian stretch, currently without an nvidia card. I only intend to do remote development (sync projects to create remote builds on targets) on an nvidia ...
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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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How to find what causes my notebook to crash?

I have a new notebook and it crashes frequently. $ uname -a Linux bpgergo-notebook 4.2.0-27-generic #32-Ubuntu SMP Fri Jan 22 04:49:08 UTC 2016 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux $ lsb_release -a No ...
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How do I correct for overscan when using the nouveau display driver?

I have 2 Zotac Zbox HD-ID11 systems which have NVIDIA ION graphics hardware. Both are running Debian 8 (kernel 4.3) with lightdm and the xfce desktop, however one is using the NVIDIA display drivers ...
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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 ...