Questions tagged as ['nvidia']
I have issues making 2 external monitors work on my Ubuntu 22.04 machine.
- Ubuntu 22.04
- Lenovo Carbon X1 3th Gen
- NVIDIA GeForce GT 1650 Ti
- nvidia-driver-515 (proprietary)
- 2 external monitors connected by USB-C -> DisplayPort
I'm not able to use both of the monitors. If i'm trying to enable the second one, it shows me the message
Changes could not be applied, this could be due to hardware limi ...
About a year ago I bought a Dell XPS 15 with a Nvidia graphic card and installed Ubuntu 20.04. After I installed the propietary Nvidia drivers, I was prompted to enter a key for the MOK. I rebooted the computer, entered the key and was happy.
Today I finally decided to install Ubuntu 22.04 and did a clean install. All the installation went fine. I then decided to install the Nvidia drivers (sudo ...
I can't change my built-in display's resolution under Settings -> Displays. I used to see a drop-down menu that allowed me to lower the resolution but it's gone since I reinstalled Ubuntu 22.04.
However, I am able to change the resolution to 1920-1200 by running:
xrandr -s 1920x1200
The problem is that I usually connect my laptop to an external monitor and the above code does not work when that happ ...
I've seen the following problem a couple of times now running 22.04 but have never seen it before on my Ubuntu installation (running same hardware).
You can see a video of this in action at youtube.
You will see that windows move extremely slow as I drag them across the screen.
Here are details of my system:
It's not the main processor, it is that suddenly graphics processing seems to be effected. ...
When I installed Ubuntu 22.10 the primary card was the intel and then my Nvidia like this, but now the first card display in the About section is the Nvidia card:
And I can't launch the game Doom Eternal anymore.
How to reverse the order of these 2 cards and get Mesa In HD Graphics 630 first?
Prior information: I've created a gtk.css file yesterday to modify the top bar appearance yesterday and saved it to /home/USERNAME/.config/gtk-3.0/gtk.css After rebooting today, I've encountered "Oh no, something went wrong" error message. Then, I've tried to enter console mode tty3 by pressing ctrl+alt+f3 but I couldn't get the login screen
System: Ubuntu 22.04
Log file: https://drive.google.com/fil ...
I have a Dell Monitor C3422WE with a built-in camera and microphone (for video calls).
I have a fresh install of Ubuntu 22.04 with an Nvidia driver. The Nvidia card is connected to the monitor via DisplayPort.
The sound works great, but when I pop up the camera, it is not recognized. Running
lspci doesn't even show a video cam.
I installed ubuntu 22.04.1 I have hardware 12B RAM and GF T 240 old graphics card. I set up the system. Everything works beautifully. Only from time to time there is a suspension. Nothing works, I can not move the mouse. Only a hard reset. What could be the cause?
I'm running ubuntu 22.04 with an RTX 3070ti card.
I was having trouble with the drivers supplied by ubuntu, so I tried to switch to the nvidia proprietary drivers.
I made this switch using the ubuntu Software & Updates gui.
After a reboot I am presented with a login screen. On of my two monitors doesn't display nything.
A few seconds after I login, my remaining screen goes black.
My keyboard an ...
I wanted to update drivers nvidia (for 610M) I had driver version 390.154, I downloaded driver version 390.157. The driver could not be installed in the terminal, so I switched to console mode (without a shell interface) using
sudo systemctl enable multi-user.target
sudo systemctl set-default multi-user.target
after i run the file with this command
after I i ...
Yesterday I installed Ubuntu 22.10 on my laptop (Lenovo Legion 7i 2022 IAX7). The laptop uses a hybrid GPU configuration with NVIDIA's advanced optimus. The display is capable of running at 2560x1600@165.
After the installation, I installed the proprietary NVIDIA drivers and made sure that everything was up to date. However, my display is stuck at 60Hz while in Hybrid mode and running off of the ...
What is the best way to see the temperature and statistics (like fan speed) of all computer components. I'm using Ubuntu 22.04.1, have an RTX 3090. I can use nvidia-smi to get the GPU temp, and you could use lm-sensors to monitor the CPU temp. However, is there a single command I can run to get the temperature of all components? (and fanspeed as well could be helpful, but not as important).
Upon rebooting my linux PC, I get this message a couple of times before getting stuck (the [XXXX] are random numbers):
aufs aufs_fill_super:912:mount[XXXX]: no arg overlayfs: missing 'lowerdir'
I did recently install a GEFORCE GT 710 GPU as well.
I have tried / checked:
From this thread: Boot problem after update - missing 'lowerdir'
- Tried booting all older kernels version and all have the sa ...
I have followed the tutorial here. Everything went well, I have the correct drivers installed, and the command
prime-select query returns
nvidia. However, in settings it says I'm still using Mesa Intel UHD Graphics (TGL GT1), and graphical issues I assumed were from using the CPU's dedicated card still persist (distortion/black lines when there's movement as well as overheating while running things t ...
I was unable to connect a second monitor to my Dell laptop with Kubuntu (Ubuntu 20.04 + KDE).
Solution: I downgraded the driver from 520 to 515, then restarted. Please tune the external monitor's refresh rate and resolution, if it blinks.
Ubuntu 22.04 gets noticeably slower. I can see the cursor is moving slower, hovering over icons takes a second or two etc...
I checked all the possible causes that I can think of:
- CPU load is small
- 30GB RAM is free
- Disk load almost 0%
- NVIDIA Settings shows GPU Utilization 100%
I guess that's the issue (4).
Right now as I'm writing this, only Intellij Ide / PyCharm is r ...
I have a question. I use my Computer at a Samsung 8k Television. I use Dual-Boot. In Windows 8k with 60 Hz on HDMI-2.1 is no Problem. In Ubuntu 22.04 with Nvidia 510 driver it is only possible to use 30 Hz at 8k resolution. The command "xrandr -q" shows me only 8k at 29.997 Hz Resolution. Can anybody explain me, who to add the 8k - 60 Hz resolution in Ubuntu 22.04 to the screes settings. (I use the Nvid ...
I am trying to install cuda onto ubuntu 22.04 LTS but every time I get to the dpkg command it doesn't work, claiming its an unknown option, I have no idea if I'm putting the wrong command in but here is the code
nerdsrepublic@nerd:~$ wget https://developer.download.nvidia.com/compute/cuda/repos/ubuntu2204/x86_64/cuda-ubuntu2204.pin --2022-11-23 11:36:56-- https://developer.download.nvidia.com/comput ...
So my HP Victus has a 165hz screen and it supports up to 2560x1440 resolution. I tried to change it in the Gnome settings but the best options are 1920x1080 and 60hz.
I tried to install Omen Gaming Hub, because there you can enable those options, but its not supported for Linux.
The output in
xrandr does not detect neither the resolution above 1920x1080 nor the 165hz screen.
Can someone please he ...
Recently I installed latest version of LTS ubuntu and I've been running it alongside windows 10.Launching linux on screen2 (with higher resolution and refresh rate) i get sporadic grey dots or areas that move periodically.If I lower either refresh rate or resolution or both it gets fixed. On screen1 everything runs smoothly. Launching windows 10 both screens run smoothly on max ref rate and res. My gpu ...
I've recently bought and installed to existing Ubuntu 22.10 GeForce RTX 4800 instead of RTX 2060. The first trouble was to install a driver for the graphics card - there is no option for that. I've used nvidia.com official website and used it's search to find a proper one driver - 525. After the installation from a '.run' file everything works just fine, but there is a problem with sound output.
I enter recovery mode and it stops me at "Begin: Running /scripts/init-bottom". Then it throws up and formations like this :
https://files.fm/f/5r6mffxxh - and this appeared when I try Ubuntu on grub ( I have dual boot ubuntu + windows )
I will point out that I have already searched through the ...
Ever since I enabled mirroring with my monitor. My laptop doesn't display on its own unless it's connected to my external monitor. In the settings, I don't see "Display" option. But I only see "Screen Display". Here's the screenshot of the settings
Any tips on how I can "un-mirror". I'd like to use laptop when it's disconnected. Apology for the noob question.
So here is the situation. I have a dell xps 15 9510. Dual boot and spend most of my time in ubuntu. So much time in fact its been months since i booted into windows. I boot into windows yesterday and i have a slew of updates. Namely, windows 11 update, nvidia update, and a firmware update. I click accept w/e. Windows 11 loads after an hour of doing its thing. Today i wanted to boot back into linux. Now ...
I've tried installing cuda toolkit 11.8 from a fresh install of ubuntu 22.04 x86_64 from the three different methods. Each of these results in a black screen on boot which is almost certainly caused by a driver issue. I've tried reverting to a previous kernel, blacklisting nouveau and nvidiafb, and restarting, but I'm still confronted with a black screen. I'm running an RTX 3090 if that is of interest.
I have an Ubuntu 22.04 computer with an old Tesla C2070 GPU that I need to use. (Fermi 2.0 compute architecure).
The latest CUDA Toolkit (compiler) that supports this GPU is 8.0 and thus gcc 5.
I am wondering which of these two options is the best way of achieving this installation:
- Install gcc-5 g++-5 via temporary xenial APT on sources.list 1 (and disable right away), and then set this version ...
I've recently purchased an Alienware M15 R7 with the following specs:
- 32GB (2x16GB) DDR5 4800MHz
- 1TB PCIe NVMe M.2 2280
- NVIDIA(R) GeForce RTX(TM) 3070 Ti 8GB GDDR
- 12th Generation Intel[R] Core[TM] i7-12700H (24MB Cache, up to 4.7 GHz, 14 cores)
- 240W Adapter
and I've installed Ubuntu 22.04 LTS on it.
I had multiple issues regarding drivers and compatibility, but I was able to solve most of them. Now I'm ...
I am new to using Ubuntu Desktop and I am trying out Cinnamon for the first time, but every time I connect to my desktop, I am getting a warning stating that I should check my video drivers because I am running without hardware acceleration.
My GPU is a Nvidia 2080 Ti using nvidia-driver-520-open drivers. My CPU is a Ryzen 5600 with no integrated graphics. I am using xrdp to connect to this syste ...
right now I'm working on dual-system ubuntu 22.04 on a laptop with AMD Radeon GPU and I'm trying to install the Nvidia driver to run YOLOR. And in the steps, I need to install a recommended Nvidia driver.
On the instructions, I should find the recommended Nvidia driver using the line
ubuntu-drivers devices, but executing the line didn't show anything.
I suspect this happens because I don't have ...