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Set The Resume Variable To Override This – On the live system, we try to automatically configure machines with multiple graphics cards to get to X on the first live boot. This has been a problem in the past.
If we think you have hybrid graphics with an Intel iGPU, we’ll try disabling the non-Intel GPU to give Intel control. This is the default behavior. If we detect other configurations with multiple graphics cards, we will show you a menu of graphics cards for you to choose one from. This choice is stored on a fully functional live USB and all vcard configuration should be passed on installation.
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We provide a new vcard= cheat to control this system in case the default doesn’t work for you. It’s available in the F4 Options menu in the legacy bootloader, but currently needs to be entered manually when booting from UEFI.
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Your vcard= selection will be saved (if applicable) and your selection from the vcard menu will be saved to full featured live USBs. These are saved separately for each machine you run the live system on.
4) If you have multiple graphics cards or hybrid graphics, we would like to know your experiences, good, bad or not. Please also include either the output of “inxi -Gxx” or the quick system info.
Depending on the feedback we get, we may need to tweak the vcard system before the final release.
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The 64-bit buster Nvidia 418.74 driver and Bumblebee install works out of the box with MX NI, but not the 435.21 driver from the test repo. We are currently working with d_o to resolve this situation, which appears to be due to the “no automatic upgrade” policy in the test repo. A workaround for upgrading to 435.21 is to update everything nvidia related via the MXPI test repo tab, including all lib packages.
4) If you have multiple graphics cards or hybrid graphics, we would like to know your experiences, good, bad or not. Please also include either the output of “inxi -G” or the quick system info.
Not on the test laptop’s ATM, but it does have an Intel Skylake 520 GPU paired with an Nvidia 940MX GPU. I plan to update the packaging laptop to MX 19 soon, it works fine with Bumblebee on MX 18:
I then restarted, selected “Menu” with F4 and selected the Nvidia card. It started with a blank screen. I used ctrl-alt-f1 to get to a console login and tried to start startx but again got a blank screen.
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FYI, this is a Dell laptop that is having issues with Bumblebee. It worked in MX-18 but not with the MX-19 Alphas. I haven’t tried it with later iterations of MX-19; It’s just a test machine.
Chrispop99 wrote: ↑Wednesday, October 16, 2019, 16:43 I then restarted, selected “Menu” with F4 and selected the Nvidia card. It started with a blank screen. I used ctrl-alt-f1 to get to a console login and tried to start startx but again got a blank screen. I should have mentioned that. On the two Intel/Nvidia hybrid systems we tested, we couldn’t find a way to get the Nvidia GPU to work with what was available on the live system. So instead of giving a VCard menu by default, we automatically select the Intel GPU when we think you have a hybrid system, since there’s no point in giving people a choice if one of the options doesn’t work properly.
So far we have no reliable way to detect hybrid graphics versus simply multiple GPUs. We tried looking for /sys/kernel/debug/vgaswitcheroo/ but unfortunately this only shows up when the nouveau driver is loaded with the modeset enabled, which on our test systems causes X not to start!
I tried to track down the PCI IDs of the Intel GPUs listed here: Frequently Asked Questions for Switchable Graphics Feature [by Intel], but out of all the GPUs listed I could only find ONE that was listed in the pci.id file ( used to convert PCI ID numbers to device names).
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We tried using the xorg.conf function “BusID” to select a card on a hybrid system. It works somehow, but never for the Nvidia GPU, and even with the Intel GPU, at least one test system was unstable in certain situations (e.g. booting to runlevel 5 instead of runlevel 3). We still use this when using the vcard menu, but we also disable modeset for the drivers of any gpus you didn’t select, which was key to getting our two test systems up to X. On the hybrids we tested with BusID alone worked for Intel but not for Nvidia (nothing we tried worked for Nvidia).
Thanks again Chris! We seem to be swimming in dark waters trying to make this stuff work.
Stevo wrote: ↑Wed Oct 16, 2019 16:42 3) Do you have any comments, complaints or suggestions? The 64-bit buster Nvidia 418.74 driver and Bumblebee install works out of the box with MX NI, but not the 435.21 driver from the test repo. We are currently working with d_o to resolve this situation, which appears to be due to the “no automatic upgrade” policy in the test repo. A workaround for upgrading to 435.21 is to update everything nvidia related via the MXPI test repo tab, including all lib packages. I might have a game with one of my hybrids and am trying to figure out if I can install and then upgrade to test repo nvidia. Maybe we can use similar tricks I used for libreoffice upgrade to backports (and also backward downgrades) that have a similar “no-automatice-upgrade” policy.
Srdjan wrote: ↑Wednesday 10/16/2019 19:11 Lenovo T510, Intel + NVIDIA, Optimus enabled in BIOS. First live boot went ok. Then I went ahead and installed it, everything went fine, the system booted. Then I updated the system. After that I run nvidia’s automated installer. It asked me if I want from test repo, I said no. (It recognized well that I need bumblebee drivers) Installer passed but I throw some messages on Crypto…something and some other errors, tell me what protocol you need, I’ll post it. It works, but glxinfo doesn’t report any nvidia drivers. Maybe “inxi -Gxx” or better complete “Quick System Info” from MX-Tools so we can get a better idea.
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Srdjan wrote: ↑Wednesday 16 Oct 2019 19:23 Yes sorry I edited previous post now, added QSI and full ddm log. Please edit the post again and paste the text from ddm.log between code tags [code] Thanks. [/ code] …