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Here's your best option: Use hwinfo --framebuffer as described, choose a video mode you would like to see during boot in console, then add the option vga=nnn to the kernel boot parameters. The only trick is that nnn is the video mode you selected from the list produced by hwinfo - CONVERTED TO DECIMAL !!! If you try vga=0xwhatever it's not going to work. ...


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1.Update apt-get update && apt-get upgrade && apt-get dist-upgrade Download VirtualGL and install it. Grab the latest non-beta http://sourceforge.net/projects/virtualgl/files/ Install with: cd ~ dpkg -i virtualgl*.deb Download CUDA 7.5. Grab the x64 or 14.04 *.run file https://developer.nvidia.com/cuda-downloads Install linux ...


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I solved the problem, it appears to be related to both bumblebee and the Nvidia driver. See also this Bumblebee issue. When Bumblebee wants to turn off the Nvidia card, it will try to run rmmod nvidia. But when I run this command Arch says it cannot unload this module because it is used by nvidia_modeset. Apparently, this new module was added recently to ...


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Works fine. "Meant" for low-end computers means that unlike a window manager that uses OpenGL to render to an off-screen buffer that is then alpha-blended into the resulting image by the compositing manager, ratpoison does not rely on 3D rendering functions. So it uses only a small subset of the GPU features that is implemented on almost any hardware, ...


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For CentOS I think it's best to download the driver from the Nvidia webiste. Not sure if there is a binary RPM package for Centos somewhere out there. To install the driver from Nvidia you also will have to install gcc and kernel-sources and I would recommend to install dmks as well. Then install the package as root. chmod +x ...


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After further searching, I found this bug report which indicates that a potential fix was added in 2012, although the issue is not considered properly resolved. In any event, the workaround ppears to be the commands: xrandr --output HDMI-1 --set underscan on xrandr --output HDMI-1 --set "underscan hborder" 54 --set "underscan vborder" 51 Obviously the ...



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