On Fri, Sep 22, 2017 at 9:41 AM, James Hogarth <james.hoga...@gmail.com> wrote:
> >> > Pretty sure the last testing I did with the details form Hans's blog > the behaviour was that if the nvidia driver failed then the nouveau driver > was a fallback (rather than the older instructions that totally blacklisted > it leaving no GPU at all). > > Of course this is only helpful when the GPU is supported by nouveau ;) > > Note I haven't tested the negativo driver yet on the stabalization copr as > I prefer the bumblebee experience since that keeps the discrete GPU powered > down saving battery and temperatures when not in use ... and the negativo > driver flips everything over to running on the discrete GPU and ignores the > Intel integrated one. > > Given that it's fundamentally the same driver though I expect the > experience to be the same - willing to test and report back :) > > Hello, I am looking at the patch referenced earlier in the thread. There was a problem with a missing file in nvidia's archive (nv_compiler.h) I am unsure if it was really needed. I will try to test it with bumblebee-nvidia when I have time this weekend on 4.12 and 4.13 beta. Thank you.
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