Questions tagged as ['nvidia']
After yesterday update of Ubuntu 20.04, I am not able to install nvidia driver 340 and all Ubuntu systems with driver 340 crashed:( Has somebody met the same problem? Is there any simple and quick solution? All suggestions are very welcome.
I have Nvidia Quadro NVS 295. The systems have worked for last two years without any problem. Since last update All are crashed.
I tried to reinstall one of them ...
I'm new to linux and am having a bit of trouble setting my GPU up as my primary video adapter. That being said, a little background info is in order. I'm currently running linux on a MSI laptop that has an dedicated nVidia GeForce 1050 video card and a Intel chip that uses HD graphics. I want to set up the nVidia card as my primary so I can still play a few graphic intensive games every so often, games ...
so... i've spent the past 7 hours of my life trying to update my pc, i fell into an abyss of confusing jargon i don't understand. i've tried everything i can handle trying without being put in a hospital and soon being interviewed for a netflix documentary on how i went insane and my story.
basically.... I try to run 'sudo apt --fix-broken install' as that is what the terminal tells me to do ever ...
I downloaded the Nvidia driver when it was shown as an option. I know that the macbook did not use that initially. Is there a way to fix this? I am a total noob and I am learning by making A LOT of mistakes. Any help is welcome!
I am using Ubuntu 20.04 version and I have a ryzen5 3500u + vega 8 hardware, but I had freezes in the videos, then I found out that my video card was not visible, but it was visible in windows and I opened a 4k video and I saw that it is working, so it is working, how can I active it :(
I have a Linux and Windows computer which are both connected to a KVM switch so that they share one monitor, mouse, and keyboard. The monitor is plugged into an Nvidia graphics card. If I log into the Linux computer when the KVM switch is set to display the Windows computer, the display does not refresh correctly. I need to be able to view the Linux GUI both remotely and with the local monitor, so runni ...
I'm working on a Ubuntu 20.04 System with Cuda installed and a specific version of the Nvidia Drivers (Driver: 450.119.03). I wanted to run the security updates, including the one for Ubuntu Base. However, this update also installs Nvidia 460 Drivers, even though they are not mentioned in the packages. I've tried multiple times and made extra sure that nothing with Nvidia or Cuda is mentioned in the Det ...
I'm having an intermittent problem resuming from sleep/suspend. One of my displays is an OLED TV and it turns itself off sometimes to power save. I think the problem happens when the system tries to resume and this display is turned off. I have another monitor connected which turns back on but it only shows the background and I'm not able to do anything on it, I've tried hitting tab and entering my pas ...
I have some problems in order to install tensorflow-gpu on Ubuntu 18.04 with CUDA 10.2. This is the error that i have
2021-08-03 09:45:17.606800: I tensorflow/stream_executor/cuda/cuda_gpu_executor.cc:1006] successful NUMA node read from SysFS had negative value (-1), but there must be at least one NUMA node, so returning NUMA node zero 2021-08-03 09:45:17.607729: I tensorflow/core/common_runtime/g ...
I have HP probook laptop with below configuration
Processor: 11th Gen Intel® Core™ i7-1165G7 @ 2.80GHz × 8 Grpahics: llvmpipe (LLVM 10.0.0, 256 bits GNOME: 3.28.2 OS Type: 64 Bit
I am trying to get my Touchpad and Dual Monitor work on it. However, they aren't working. I tried installing NVIDIA Prime driver but it fails. Below is the result of my lpsci
00:00.0 Host bridge: Intel Corporation D ...
I have installed ubuntu next to windows on my laptop, I followed all the steps and I took all preventions reagarding to the installation, but once the installation is completed, it turns out that the OS performance is really really bad (every action in the PC is terribly slow). It takes about 2 minutes just to start (from the beginning to the log-in screen). I attach more information about the PC and th ...
Seeing some odd behavior after shutting down my PC running Ubuntu 18.04. I did a hard push on the power button after the computer crashed while trying to kill an intense process that became a Zombie (I think this is unrelated).
After turning my computer on again I got to the splash page with 5 dots.
I restarted and found I am now automatically given the grub menu. If I do not select Advanced Option ...
I recently decided to dual boot Ubuntu to give it a try as my main platform, as I like the look and feel of it and I'd really like to get away from Windows. But for whatever reason, whatever game I'm playing will freeze/drop fps for a bit before going back to normal. I know it isn't a hardware issue, as on the same exact games run perfecy fine on Windows. I've tested it with Tomb Raider (on proton, not ...
I recently upgraded to an ultrawide monitor (LG 34GN850) and am experiencing some weird and very annoying behavior. Scrolling in various windows causes this strange colored static to appear and grow the more I scroll until the entire screen goes black. The static seems to change as I move my mouse around and doesn't go away until I scroll the other direction or change to a new window.
It doesn' ...
Whenever I am trying to upgrade anything, I am getting the following message:
Reading package lists... Done Building dependency tree... Done Reading state information... Done You might want to run 'apt --fix-broken install' to correct these. The following packages have unmet dependencies: nvidia-kernel-common-465 : Depends: nvidia-kernel-common-470 but it is not installed E: Unmet dependencies. Tr ...
I am Using Ubuntu 20.04 on a notebook with tlp installed.
When I am working on slight tasks I can usually have a power drainage of about 4-7 W.
Sometimes however, the power drainage goes up to more than 20 W and stays on that level.
Randomly I noticed, that by issuing the command
lspci -vnnn | perl -lne 'print if /^\d+\:.+(\[\S+\:\S+\])/' | grep VGA
I can get back to the 4-7 W level. The command gives me ...
i installed unrelated program (sudo apt update, sudo reboot
now Ubuntu has "reverted"? to generic video driver and will NOT allow me to change to proper nvidia driver either gui or command line sudo apt install ......460
how do i fix this, and any idea how it happen so i can avoid doing it again?
nvidiaX gui panel is blank OTHER than HELP and QUIT buttons
I have a Legion 5 Laptop with a 3060 GPU. I can switch the power profiles with an FN button. On the medium and high settings it uses 130W on Windows, on the silent one 80W.
On Ubuntu 20.04 with kernel 5.8.0 and NVIDIA driver 465.19.01 the GPU only uses up to 80W. No matter the power profile. This effectively limits the GPU's performance.
How can I increase the TDP? I already tried setting the TDP vi ...
I have been trying to install Nvidia Driver on my Asus Tuf Dash F15 Laptop for a month now. The people at https://forums.developer.nvidia.com/t/problems-installing-driver-on-laptop-with-an-intel-igpu-and-nvidia-card-with-optimus-technology/185030 have instructed me to ask Ubuntu how to do disable secure boot permanently.
It seems that whenever I reboot my laptop, the SHIMX64 boot file replaces the g ...
My Ubuntu 18.04 is unstable with nouveau (slow and crashes when I open system settings).
So I installed the Nvidia proprietary driver (I tried each one from nvidia-driver-390 to nvidia-driver-470) but at reboot I get only the 640x480 resolution without being able to change it (and the Nvidia control panel is empty).
I tried to purge all the nvidia stuff (
sudo apt purge *nvidia*), I deleted
I received my new laptop with Ubuntu 21.04 on it, Nvidia 3070 GPU and Ryzen 9 5000 series CPU (with internal GPU). Running kernel 5.11.0-25-generic. Gnome tries to render most things using the Ryzen GPU.
For some reason i am unable to change the brightness of the laptop screen. I do see the following backlight device
/sys/class/backlight/amdgpu_bl0/ which changes to
After upgrading from Ubuntu 20.10 computer stops responding on resume from suspend. The following is printed on the screen during resume attempt:
Bluetooth: hci0: Reading supported features failed (-16) nvidia-modeset: ERROR: GPU:0: Display engine push buffer channel allocation failed: 0x65 (Call timed out [NV_ERR_TIMEOUT]) nvidia-modeset: ERROR: GPU:0:Failed to allocate display engine core DNA pus ...
How do I troubleshoot/fix this issue?
Using a nvidia GPU, the system is able to show the motherboard firmware logo and Grub screen. After a Ubuntu version is selected, either 18.04 or 20.01, Ubuntu login screen can't be shown. Instead, I see a black screen appears complaining that
nvidia-modeset : ERROR: GPU:0 Idling display engine time out three times (see attached photo), followed by a pure black scre ...
Laptop: Acer Nitro 5
- CPU: AMD Ryzen 5600H
- GPU: RTX 3060
- UEFI (unchangable)
- SATA: AHCI (unchangable)
Before I attempt to dual boot:
- I enable F12 boot
- I disable Fastboot (however it automatically gets enabled after reboot)
- I disable secure boot
The live usb works, and the entire installation process works. But it freezes at the acer logo after rebooting. I tried the tricks ...
So I have an ASRock X570 Pro4 motherboard, which has AMD's weirdo intel-hd-audio-but-not-really Matisse/Rocketship onboard audio stuff, which is reported to be a pain in the rear all over the place. I got that showing up, at least, but still got absolutely no sound out of it.
So I got a Creative Blaster Audigy FX on Amazon, pretty cheap and it's been around for 8 years so I figure there is likely ...
Out of curiosity, I've tried to install OpenCL on my Ubuntu 21.04 installation.
I believe there may be OpenCL 1.1 support available in the open-source Nouveau video driver for Nvidia graphics cards. This is the driver I'm using (and am stuck with).
My Nvidia hardware is a dated 9400 GT card, but an upgrade to a 9800 GT is possible.
$ sudo apt install mesa-opencl-icd # Install opencl, ICD and compilers ...
I'm trying to push a custom resolution using a custom resolution to a LED controller. I'm in the resolution range for the controller but I cant seem to get my Modeline to come up in xrandr. Would appreciate any insight. This would be a 3 port mosaic setup with all the same resolution. Also, I've seen examples with all the ports listed in metamode and not just the active ones, is this necessary? Here is ...