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http://askubuntu.com/questions/92556/how-do-i-boot-into-a-root-shell could allow you to reinstall gdm, from the terminal. if you have grub, it will be the same process as above, but instead of ubuntu, it will be arch... hope this helps!


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I followed this tutorial to install NVidia driver for linux from NVidia: http://allaboutlinux.eu/remove-nouveau-and-install-nvidia-driver-in-debian-8/2/ and now I have NVIDIA X Server Settings GUI which can be launched from applications drawer, then I go to GPU 0 --> CRT-0 --> Color Correction and I'm able to set brightness to negative value. Hope this ...


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The answer is probably best presented as a qualified "yes". If one does not require all functionality provided by a proprietary driver, it is not required to use a proprietary driver supplied by a vendor, Linux distribution, or the nvidia.com web site. For example, the nouveau driver supplied by (most?) Linux distributions is quite capable of supporting ...


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Same issue reported in nVidia Linux forum (Concerning DP backlight stays on after DPMS power save signal) DPMS not working on GTX980 with DisplayPort connection They mention some exact releases those are not affected or already fixed. 346.96, 352.63, 358.16


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Short version, you have 3 options: 1- Remove the Nvidia drivers and use only the Intel graphics. 2- Remove the Intel drivers (is that still necessary?) and use only the Nvidia graphics. 3- Use both by getting Bumblebee/Primus/("Optimus" in the Windows world) working. Don't remember where exactly, but there was a good guide on the Arch wiki somewhere. I ...


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Please check you MD5 hash checksum iso before burn into CD or create bootable USB. You can follow the official guide line here https://getfedora.org/en/verify and make sure download ISO file from https://getfedora.org/en/workstation/download/ or you can try Fedora 24 which is Beta development and need to be tested I'm using Fedora 23 and have 2 gpu and ...


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You can not replace the built-in nouveau drivers, but you can deactivate them on system startup. Boot from the Fedora installation media, select the Start Fedora entry. Press the E key and add the boot parameter nouveau.modeset=0. Press Ctrl + X to boot into Fedora Live ... perform the installation. When finished - reboot and select the Fedora entry in ...



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