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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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nVidia proprietary driver

I successfully installed NVIDIA-Linux-x86_64-290.10.run on my Debian Squeeze desktop but I do not see /var/log/nvidia-installer.log clearly stating which file(s) have been added/replaced. Does anybody ...
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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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Pixelization of KDE screen

I am using Arch Linux on an Acer Aspire 5920G and KDE 4.6.5 as WM. All installed packages are up-to-date. Starting some days ago I got few strange artifacts that spread all over the screen. ...
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Bumblebee (Optimus) Service Won't Start w/ 3.4 Kernel on Fedora 16

I'm using an ASUS laptop (MUXless graphics) w/ a GT 630M (re-branded 540M) GPU and only Fedora 16 installed. I installed bumblebee and the NVIDIAdrivers using the instructions described here: ...
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How do I set up dual quadro cards in RHEL 5.5

have a RHEL 5 workstation with 2 nvidia Quadro FX4500 cards, with one display attached to each card. After doing a clean install of RHEL 5.5, the second display doesnt work (it worked ok in RHEL 5.2). ...
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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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Multiple monitors as cloned desktop windows

I am running Fedora 16 using an Nvidia card with 2 monitors. I have the monitors setup as 2 separate displays (in that I can move a window from monitor to monitor). One monitor is mounted in a ...
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GPGPU/CUDA in KVM or Xen

We would like to enable direct access to CUDA-enabled GPUs within either KVM or Xen (or Citrix Xenserver). Specifically, we want to use PCI passthrough to access an NVIDIA Tesla S2050 unit, which is ...
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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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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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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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Can the nouveau Xorg driver be used for a multihead workstation?

I'm trying a manual setup of Xorg 1.9.5, for two identical monitors connected to the VGA and DVI ports of an nVidia GeForce 6600. I get the X Server to run using a single screen, and it appears ...
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help needed to decipher this Acer Aspire 4830TG ACPI code for Nvidia Optimus

I am trying to make sense of the following NVOP Method from the ACPI tables for an Acer Aspire 4830TG with an Nvidia Optimus hybrid graphics system. The NVOP method on top defines a bunch of ...
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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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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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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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Specify Monitor For Linux Console

Does the kernel, framebuffer, or a framebuffer driver (uvesafb) have an option to specify the video-card output to use? The kernel only outputs to one monitor: Kernel message buffer (before and ...
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Set Xorg to use only part of the screen

My screen has 1280 x 1024 resolution. But unfortunately, rightmost belt of 200 pixels is damaged and unable do display any image. How can I set that the Xorg will treat my screen as 1080 x 1024 ...
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Should I update my Fedora or not?

Here is my problem. My laptop has an NVidia Geforce 310 M graphic card. And since kernel 2.6 I had problems with the display. I had to use nomodeset option in the grub, if not my screen will be off ...
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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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nVidia drivers in Xorg / KDE - performance and stability for different cards

I have a GeForce 250 GTS card and I am using the proprietary drivers in Linux (KDE on Debian Testing). Unfortunately recently I had a lot of issues with stability and performance - I had quite a few ...
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Setting nvidia properties during X-server startup

I am using the proprietary nvidia drivers in KDE (Debian Testing) and as many others experience issues with performance. I noticed that it gets a bit better if I run: nvidia-settings -a ...
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Excessive resource usage by Xorg

I'm using Debian (testing) on a laptop. I have installed the Nvidia drivers and I'm using an external monitor connected to my laptop. My desktop environment is Xfce4. My problem is that Xorg seems to ...
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NVIDIA card fan spins faster when not in use

In my system I have an NVIDIA video card (GeForce 450 GTS) as an extra card (video output via motherboard ATI) for bitcoin mining. If I start mining, the fan speeds up a little, but the weird thing ...
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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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NVidia driver for the 3.2.9 kernel

I upgraded the kernel on my OpenSUSE 12.1 64bit from 3.1.9 to 3.2.9, and when I rebooted, X-windows refused to start, and I got into shell. I tried to run it manually with startx, but still no good. ...
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How do I “fix” Flash?

I’m brand new to linux and, coming from Windows, I sometimes find it quite daunting. I managed to install openSUSE and after much trial and error I discovered how to install some software, and ...
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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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dualhead nvidia twinview + one monitor rotated

So I have two monitors, I want to rotate one in portrait. AFAIK twinview doesn't allow single monitor rotation -- both monitors are rotated. The reason I want twinview is because it allows ...
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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 ...
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NVidia, Compiz and Desktop Effect Problem

I installed the Nvidia driver on OpenSuse 12.1. The driver was downloaded from http://en.opensuse.org/SDB:NVIDIA_drivers. But after I installed the Nvidia driver, I cannot activate any 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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stop Xserver in Xubuntu 11

I want to shutdown my X to be able to install proprietary NVidia driver, but I couldn't find out how. There are some suggestions that didn't work for me. I neither have /etc/init.d/gdm nor ...
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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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nvidia-cuda-toolkit 4.0 gone from Debian repositories

I can't find the following packages in Debian testing: http://packages.debian.org/source/sid/nvidia-cuda-toolkit No more than month ago when I was setting another CUDA box and they were there, now ...
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Kernel 3.0.0-1 and NVIDIA driver boot problems

I can't boot kernel 3.0.0-1 on Asus G53S running Debian, it freezes when booting with: NVRM loading NVIDIA Unix x86_64 kernel module 275.28 then it times out with: udevd[350]: timeout: killing ...
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Force X to use second video card so I can pass through first card to XEN VM?

So I am trying to get X to start on my second (PCI 02.00:00) video card and stop using the main card (PCI 1.00:00). I would like to do this because I want to pass through the PCI 1 card to a XEN HVM ...
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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 ...