By accident, I upgraded some parts to 390, so I just gave up and tried
to upgrade *all* the packages to 390, instead of having some from
graphics-drivers and some from partner. Lo and behold, I think I'm on
partner-provided drivers now, because everything works on 390.48 and I
have multiple independent packages for the nvidia drivers, instead of
the (simplified) limited number graphics-drivers provides.
No idea if I'm a unique case.
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nvidia-390 fails to boot graphical display
Status in mesa package in Ubuntu:
Status in nvidia-graphics-drivers-390 package in Ubuntu:
I'm using Bionic with the new 4.15 kernel. I've been using the
nvidia-384 driver with no problem for a while. Today I issued "sudo
apt-get upgrade" and I was prompted to upgrade the nvidia driver to
the nvidia-390. After installing the driver and rebooting, I was only
able to boot in to the tty terminal. The graphical display failed to
boot. I have had similar problems with nvidia driver version 390 with
Arch Linux and with Open Suse Tumbleweed.
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