This bug was fixed in the package nvidia-graphics-drivers-390 -
nvidia-graphics-drivers-390 (390.48-0ubuntu2) bionic; urgency=medium
[ Alberto Milone ]
- Rename xorg.conf.d file.
- Drop the PrimaryGpu option from the xorg.conf.d file, as it
has a bad interaction with systems with multiple NVIDIA GPUs
[ Graham Inggs ]
- Make sure that libnvidia-compute does not conflict with or
replace opencl-icd, so that other OpenCL ICDs can be installed
at the same time.
-- Alberto Milone <alberto.mil...@canonical.com> Thu, 12 Apr 2018
** Changed in: nvidia-graphics-drivers-390 (Ubuntu)
Status: In Progress => Fix Released
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nvidia-driver-390 fails to start GUI
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I was the original person who posted Ubuntu [Bug 1752053] nvidia-390
fails to boot graphical display. I was able to use the fix on my
laptop successfully. However, my desktop computer has 2 GTX1080 Ti
cards and the fix does not work. After I boot my desktop computer, I
do not get a login screen. I get a blank screen with a flickering
text cursor in the top left corner. I am running Bionic.
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