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Error: GLX is not available on the system

After rebooting my Ubuntu 14.04 machine, I could not log into Unity again and I had to fall back on Gnome. I discovered that there is something wrong with GLX since when I run: ...
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broken dpkg, X after nvidia driver install on Debian

In following the Debian installation instructions for NVidia drivers for Debian 8 "Jessie", I hit a snag I can't figure out... # apt-get install linux-headers-$(uname -r|sed 's,[^-]*-[^-]*-,,') ...
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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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Monitoring a GPU cluster

I have 10 servers running on Ubuntu 14.04 x64. Each server has a few Nvidia GPUs. I am looking for a monitoring program that would allow me to view the GPU usage on all servers at a glance.
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Under what circumstances would one want to install the Latest Long Lived Branch Nvidia drivers instead of Latest Legacy GPU version? [closed]

I installed the nvidia-current package, which installed nvidia-304. Looking here, the latest is 361. As long as my card is supported by 304, and I'm not trying to run graphics-heavy applications, is ...
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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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NvidiaSettings not working on Bumblebee Arch Linux

So, I have a fresh Arch install. I have Bubmlebee, mesa, the intel drivers, bbswitch, etc... The problem is that Nvidia Settings says there is no X configuration file when I launch it. I create one ...
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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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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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Why does startx give a black screen, with no errors?

I recently wanted to solve a problem with using a second monitor from my laptop that is running debian (jessie) but because I lack knowledge things didn't go as planned. Now I am getting booted into ...
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Kubuntu Xorg and Nvidia

Recently I've installed the nvidia-352 drivers on my Laptop (Lenovo T530). It caused some issues so I ended up purging them and deleting the xorg.conf. In BIOS I've set the display to use Intel ...
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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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How can I correctly install the drivers for an GK107M GeForce GT 750M card (which is coupled with discrete Intel) on a Debian-based distro?

Whenever I enable the Nvidia drives (Nvidia-331) on my laptop, after I reboot and log in the screen goes black. I then tried to run purge nvidia-* and revert back to Intel, but the screen remained ...
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How do you successfully install or uninstall nvidia bumblebee on ubuntu werewolf?

I have 2 laptops with Nvidia optimus GPUs, both running Ubuntu werewolf. I installed bumblebee and nvidia-355 from the graphics-drivers ppa. This seems to work ok. Except that after a reboot, xorg no ...
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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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Installing Nvidia Drivers the Debian way would uninstall dozens of packages

I just set up a fresh Debian (Jessie/8), set the APT Sources to fetch testing packages (main, contrib, non-free). Now I wanted to install drivers for the installed Nvidia GeForce 9600 and I tried ...
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Black screen after installation of Nvidia driver

$ uname -r 4.1.3-200.fc22.x86_64 This is the latest kernel available at the stable repository. Now I want to install the Nvidia drivers for my GTS430 from the rpmfusion repository. I followed the ...
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Ubuntu 14.04 Nvidia proprietary drivers installation

I require some Help and Guidance in installing NVIDIA drivers on my system with a Dual Intel/Nvidia Graphics Processors. I am currently running Ubuntu 14.04 and i am aware that the OS is in its ...
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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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Debian 8 Jessie and NVIDIA drivers

I am in the process of installing Debian 8.0 on a laptop with NVIDIA graphics cards. After a successful installation and reboot I use this guide to install the proprietary NVIDIA drivers; essentially ...
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How to properly install nvidia drivers in Debian

I have the following configuration: root@bitthunder:~# lshw -c display *-display UNCLAIMED description: 3D controller product: NVIDIA Corporation vendor: NVIDIA ...
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After installing Nvidia drivers, the GNOME user interface is not showing

After some struggle I managed to set up a Debian Testing and install the nvidia-driver as per Debian Wiki. Everything seems to work fine but this: After logging in on the GNOME3 login screen, all 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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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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Server stuck at “Loading initial ramdisk” when using NVidia GPU

I have a server with an NVidia M4000 Quaddro card. In my server BIOS, if I set the GPU priority to 'onboard', my system boots and I can use the NVidia card. If I set the GPU priority to 'external', my ...
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Select graphics card

Is there a way too to select a primary graphics other than onboard graphics. I have two different dedicated graphics cards in my machine, one GT640 and a GTX970. I am trying to set up the machine to ...
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How to simulate GPU hardware failure?

I'm doing some research that has to do with GPGPU resilience with NVIDIA graphics cards and I've been looking for a way to, as accurately as possible, simulate hardware failure. I know about ...
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Warning , couldn't open module nvidia

I'm using Debian 8, Lenovo z360 and Optimus Nvidia Geforce.
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Debian 8 Nvidia İnstalling with Bumbleebee doesnt active

i added /etc/apt/sources.list deb http://ftp.tu-graz.ac.at/mirror/debian/ jessie main non-free contrib deb-src http://ftp.tu-graz.ac.at/mirror/debian/ jessie main non-free contrib deb ...
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SystemD Conversion - In Progress

I've successfully converted my 4 year old installation of KDE4/SysV/Grub Legacy to KDE5 - Plasma/SystemD/Grub2. I have some questions for anyone who has done something similarly: Information $ ...
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How can I make nvidia packages work on Mint 17.3

I'm writing this after days of search and incomprehensions. I already tried asking my question on the Mint forums but I've got no help yet and I prefer asking for more advices, that could lead to a ...
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Nvidia is loaded despite it being blacklisted

I've got a problem: my laptop loads the Nvidia driver despite it having been added to /etc/modprobe/blacklist.conf as blacklist nvidia, as well as in /etc/default/grub, and as rdblacklist nvidia in ...
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Running F.lux (Flux) or Redshift with Multiple Monitors with Nvidia Optimus

I have tried installing F.lux and then Redshift, and configured them to run on multiple monitors with no success. I wonder if my setup, which includes Nvidia Optimus setup using Bumblebee could be the ...
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How do I change the PCI device ID of my graphics card in the system? (to install Quadro driver on a GeForce)

I have a consumer GeForce GTX680. It's professional equivalent is Quadro K5000. Both cards have exactly the same chip inside (GK104), the hardware is nearly identical. The official driver for GTX680 ...
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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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Prevent “display drag” on Linux Mint

Background I have Linux Mint installed on my laptop with 2 extra monitors connect to the VGA and HDMI outputs. I've installed nvidia drivers as recommended by the Driver Manager. Although, the ...
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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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How do I get X to start without a monitor attached while using NVIDIA drivers?

card : Geforce GT 730 OS : Centos 6.5 I'm trying to demo HP RGS on a CentOS 6.5 machine located in a DC offsite. RGS requires X to be running with NVidia HW acceleration, but I can't get X to start ...
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Video drivers problem only when tunneling X through ssh

I am a reluctant sysadmin who inherited the responsibility for configuring a RHEL 6.7 server (operating inside a VMware virtual machine) to replace an old physical server. On this new server, certain ...
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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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Black screens using xrandr for multiple displays with HiDPI in Linux Mint

My setup uses 3 Monitors in Linux Mint. Left is a TV, using 1080p, connected via HDMI-0, centered a 4k monitor via DP-1 and the right one is again a 1080p monitor via DVI-D-0. xrandr --output HDMI-0 ...
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CUDA Installation only works with some programs

CUDA 7.5 on linux mint - current installation works perfectly well with MATLAB, now trying to run some GPU code from python and python can't find nvcc. CUDA is installed at: /usr/local/cuda-7.5/ ...
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During bumblebee install, bumblebee and nvidia-libgl are in conflict. Should I remove nvidia-libgl?

I'm trying to get Bumblebee up and running on an Acer Aspire V3-572G-55FT laptop. So far I've installed xorg-server, xorg-xinit, xorg-utils, xorg-server-utils, mesa, xorg-twm, xterm, xorg-xclock, and ...
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No GUI after reboot, no obvious errors (openSuSE 13.2, nvidia drivers)

Short version: Rebooted for the first time in months, following daily updates; proprietary Nvidia drivers; no GUI (KDE); no smoking gun (so far) in logs. Specs: openSuSE 13.2 (64-bit), fully up to ...
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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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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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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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Arch: libGL: screen 0 does not appear to be DRI3 capable

I've a problem with certain 32 bit game on 64 bit Arch Linux. It looks like the problem lies in my 32 bit enviroment which cannot see my 64 bit NVidia drivers. When I launch 64bit version of ...
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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 ...