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Questions tagged [nvidia]

nvidia is used for question particular to the nVidia range of graphic boards/chips and their drivers. Use it only if you know for sure the problem is not a general graphics board issue (in that case use the tag: graphics)

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Using NVidia GPU on Clevo N871EJ1 laptop

I have a Clevo N871EJ1 (Schenker Media 17) laptop here which gives me quite a headache. I tried to install Ubuntu 18.10, Debian Stretch and Debian Buster (Testing) and all locked up during ...
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optirun-Cannot access secondary GPU

After installing bumblebee on debian 9 by sudo apt-get install bumblebee primus as described in debian-bumblebee webpage to use intel and nvidia (Geforce 940MX) gpu in my ASUS computer and running ...
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Even with WaylandEnable=false gdm3 and lightdm only load sometimes

I am happy to use either gdm3 or lightdm, but neither are stable on my Ubuntu 18.04 system, they will work for either one or several boots after I take corrective action, but inevitably this results ...
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Linux won't boot with Nvidia GTX only

I have a headless desktop computer (no screen / no keyboard) used as a machine-learning training server (using a GPU). I connect it via SSH from my other computer (laptop). When: I start the ...
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Trouble installing nvidia driver void-linux

I install like so xbps-install -Sy nvidia it says it is successful but there is an issue when i try to do startx, it says no screens found I created xorg cfg with nvidia still does not work there ...
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Cannot find a compatible Vulkan device or driver - Unreal Engine

What I tried: Tried using Nouveau Tried installing NVIDIA drivers using Zypper Installed NVIDIA proprietary drivers (and uninstalled Nouveau) I was really hoping that the proprietary drivers would ...
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1440p 120Hz over HDMI 1.4b with chroma subsampling

I have read that running 2560x1440 120Hz in "Y′CBCR with 4:2:2" mode would be able to feed my monitor over a HDMI 1.4b connection. How would I do this from Kubuntu 18.10 (kernel 4.20) while using ...
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Enforce native resolution on Linux Mint 18

My graphics card is Nvidia GT 440 and I'm using the nvidia binary driver v384.130 on Linux Mint 18. I have a Dell U2518D which has a native resolution of 2560x1440@60Hz and the problem is that the ...
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Unable to get Displayport output working with a Nvidia Optimus Laptop

I have a Dell Latitude e6420 laptop with a discrete Nvidia NVS 4200m graphics card in addition to an Intel HD 3000. When at home, I use a docking station which is connected to another monitor. I ...
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Configure Grub Option to Boot With iGPU or dGPU

I'm running Manjaro 18 KDE and I've configured it to use the optimus-manager, and it works quite well. However, I find it a nuisance to have to log back out when I want to switch to the other Graphics ...
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Nvidia driver broken after a full system update on Arch Linux

after a full system update (pacman -Syu), I can no longer use my nvidia card on my optimus laptop. Here is my hardware: $ lspci -nnk | grep '\[03' 00:02.0 VGA compatible controller [0300]: Intel ...
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Install bumblebee on debian 9

I'm trying to install bumblebee on my laptop but i've some problem after the installation.i'm still unable to run something with primusrun. primusrun glxgears -info /usr/bin/primusrun: riga 41: ...
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libGL errors when starting X applications via SSH

I have read a bunch of similar questions on this site and others, but all of them either didn't reflect my situation or didn't provide a working solution. So I have a Debian stretch x64 server ...
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PCI error and friends [duplicate]

I recently (re)installed Kali linux on my computer in dual boot with Windows10 because i need it for work. I'm getting the infamous pci error which was preventing kali from booting but I managed to ...
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Ubuntu boot fails on Lenovo P52 Thinkpad when hybrid display is set in BIOS

Booting to Ubuntu 12.04.5 LTS fails when the display is set to 'hybrid' in the BIOS (using Nvidia driver 415) When I switch to 'discrete', then it boots to Ubuntu OK. Because I am dual booting with ...
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Change desktop's icon attribiutes in config file in KDE

I want to change the desktop's icon size in script but can't find the corresponding config file. The problem is, KDE has issue with Nvidia drivers and there is here. But killall plasmashell and ...
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Proprietary NVIDIA driver install on Void Linux

I have a Lenovo Z580, and tried installing the non-free drivers using the instructions from the Void Linux wiki . The moment I create the Xorg.conf file and restart, I no longer see the display ...
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Can't load desktop environment with startx [closed]

I'm facing a problem that I've never seen before. I want to load i3 with my new installation of Arch Linux but when I launch startx, the tty is freezing with no error. I've checked the log of xorg, I ...
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How do I detect when a monitor is plugged in or unplugged without acpi, xrandr, /sys and udev?

I've read the answers to this question but I don't have ACPI, the /sys/class/drm/card0-socket/status method does not work and the xrandr method chokes my CPU. udevadm monitor shows nothing when (un)...
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How do I create an oddly-dimensioned X-screen that outputs across two displays?

A little background: I'm trying to display content from a machine with an Nvidia Quadro P2000 onto a huge wall-display with a very odd 3300x3000 pixel resolution. The content that is going to be ...
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nvcc error, “no command” verifying installation of CUDA 10 on Debian 9 Stretch

I installed CUDA10.0 on Debian 9 Stretch with the assistance of this Debian CUDA Installation Guide on StackExchange After CUDA installation, verifying the installation throws this error: $ nvcc -V $...
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NVIDIA-SMI says it failed because it couldn't communicate with the NVIDIA driver

I recently install Ubuntu 18.04 and installed NVIDIA driver but they don't seem to be loading. I had to make the following edit to my grub file to make things boot properly as per this little guide. ...
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Issues with Nvidia drivers [closed]

Something happened to my laptop during an update it seems and I have been experiencing MANY issues with apt-get and dpkg trying to update packages due to unmet dependencies. Everything I have found ...
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Am I using Nvidia driver?

I am using Debian Stretch (9.5) and sudo lspci -nn | egrep -i "3d|display|vga" returns: 00:02.0 VGA compatible controller [0300]: Intel Corporation HD Graphics 520 [8086:1916] (rev 07) 06:00.0 3D ...
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Tensorflow with Nvidia GPU acceleration on wayland

I am a data science student and arch+i3 user waiting for sway to come for a long time. I have just ordered a new laptop (Dell XPS 15 with Nvidia GPU) and I am making plans on my setup. I have read ...
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Screen goes blank if I turn it off and then on without X server

I'm in the process of running some Machine Learning algorithm that needs all my GPU. As such I want to leave it running during the night with X server off as to let all the GPU RAM available to my ML ...
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tearing with intel-virtual-output

My laptop has dual-gpu optimus graphics. HDMI port is wired to nvidia GPU, so I have to execute 'intel-virtual-output' command to use external displays. The problem is that extarnal display suffers ...
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Dual monitor with nvidia drivers on Lubuntu

After I installed vendor Nvidia drivers, I managed to setup external monitor as I want via /etc/X11/xorg.conf configuration file: Section "ServerLayout" Identifier "Layout0" Screen 0 ...
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How to prepare for GPU upgrade (NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 TI) on Debian 9.5

I am replacing the old GPU Quadro FX 580 running on Nouvea drivers on Debian 9.5. I am going to install NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 TI GPU possibly with the latest Nvidia propriatery drivers (currently ...
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Nvidia Optimus laptop: startX and xinit don't work (Arch)

I can't boot my pc because the Xserver doesn't start. What's weird is that when I use SDDM it boots just fine. I also tried to use Lightdm a few months ago but it didn't want to boot, I'm guessing ...
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Xrnadr not see any external ports

I have a problem with connecting external monitor to my Dell Precision M6500 laptop. I'm running Debian Stretch with gdm3. I try to connect external monitor by VGA. My laptop has DP and VGA port. ...
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Centos 7 startup fuzzy screen

When I start up my computer instead of seeing the CentOS loading bar I see this colored fuzzy screen shown here: I see the following errors in /var/log/Xorg.0.log: [ 19.274] (EE) [drm] Failed to ...
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How to simulate GPU hardware failure

Is there a way to forcibly eject/detach a GPU on linux? In a way that would be similar to physically pulling out the gpu. I tried: setpci -s 01:00.0 command=0000 As suggested here: How to simulate ...
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Windows 7 loading with messed up graphics when loading from grub

I had a Manjaro, I shrinked its partition, changed the partition table to GPT (from MBR), installed Windows 7 in the space left from shrinking. The windows boot loader worked fine. (Everything up to ...
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NVDIA Drivers on Linux Mint 19 Tara

I am trying to use my GPU to run my own program. The compiling of the project works and on another system it worked. But on the current system, which has a different GPU, I can't even get nvidia-smi ...
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OpenGL not found under wine

I am running Fedora 27 and I have installed wine from repos: wine-3.16 (Staging). My laptop is a dual-graphics one, I have bumblebee running fine (works in native linux programs). 00:02.0 VGA ...
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Install Nvidia drivers Debian from SVN results in error

Don't know where else I can post this question. I am trying to install my nvidia drivers from SVN, without luck. I executed the following commands # apt-get install subversion svn-buildpackage # apt-...
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X reads monitor and layout conf on boot but xrandr only shows Screen0

I've been setting up arch linux for a few days - mostly it's been easy to make progress but I'm having a real problem with multihead support. I have a Thinkpad X1 extreme with an Intel and NVIDIA ...
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Kworker consumes 100% of CPU

kworker process is consuming 100% of my CPU. It doesn't happen always but, when it starts consuming 100% of the CPU, there is no way to reduce its load. I'm working on a NVIDIA Jetson TX2 and I have ...
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Can't resize any window on Ubuntu. It become not clickable and move to the left top corner

I installed new Ubuntu 18 and it has a bug. When I try to maximize window, it becomes not active/clickable and move to the left top corner. When I drag it again, it becomes active. I tried to ...
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Weird problem with CUDA installation

I am experiencing a rather unusual problem with my CUDA installation on Linux Mint 18.3. After a clean reboot, running deviceQuery as a standard user: optirun ./deviceQuery returns FAIL, but if I do: ...
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Unable to build NVIDIA kernel module

I am trying to install a driver for NVIDIA GTX1060 on my laptop. I used the official method. I ran NVIDIA script, and it shows: Unable to build the NVIDIA kernel module I have installed Linux kernel ...
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How to uninstall Nvidia driver from centos7?

Today I installed the NVIDIA driver on my laptop dell inspiron 5558. I did that using the instructions here in this video But after rebooting I'm getting this and I couldn't enter to the ...
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Who locks all monitor refresh rates?

I have got two monitors (in a "Join Displays" setup), an NVIDIA 1070 GTX mobile GPU, and GNOME 3 on OpenGL 4.6. The refresh rate of the laptop's built-in monitor is set to its maximum 120.02 Hz, and ...
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Mint 18.3 resumes from suspend/hibernate but the screen doesn't come back on

I have a very nice HP OMEN X 17-ap010nr laptop (16GB RAM, 7700HQ, GTX 1070 mobile, the works). This particular model does not support Optimus. (maybe it does but I don't really want to dig around in ...
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Matebook X PRO and Nvidia drivers with Mint 19

Once installing nvidia-390 drivers (or other versions) in my MBXP, I experienced a black screen after the boot. I managed to resolve the problem going in tty and purging all the Nvidia drivers and ...
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Docker with Bumblebee on Fedora

I have a Notebook (Xiaomi Mi Notebook Pro) with a Nvidia MX150. So it's utilizing the Nvidia's Optimus technology. As a distribution, I use Fedora 28. Bumblebee Therefore I installed Bumblebee to ...
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Problems displaying 3D content with Nvidia graphics card in Ubuntu 18.04

I recently got a new laptop (Thinkpad T480) which has Intel integrated "UHD Graphics 620" and an Nvidia MX150, and I installed Ubuntu 18.04. I installed the nvidia driver alright, and I believe I am ...
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NVIDIA Persistence Daemon stop job running for 5 minutes every time I shut down or restart PC

I've got Ubuntu 18.04, and every time I go to restart or shut down my computer, it takes forever. I pressed escape to see why, and there's a message every time saying "A stop job is running for ...
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NVIDIA-Linux-x86_64 on OpenSuSE 15; Connected HDMI monitor not recognised with NVIDIA Quadro M1000M

My laptop has these graphic cards installed: gessnerm@linux-syap:~/1/Vertica/supp> sudo lspci | grep -Ei 'vga|hdmi' 00:02.0 VGA compatible controller: Intel Corporation HD Graphics 530 (rev 06) 01:...