This concerns an Asus Zenbook with hybrid graphics (Intel/Nvidia).
1) There are 2 ways to deactivate the nouveau driver:
by adding 'modprobe.nouveau=0' to the kernel cmd line OR
by adding 'modprobe.blacklist=nouveau rd.blacklist=nouveau'.
Which is to be preferred?
2) I do the above because there is as yet no Nvidia driver that
gives a hybrid solution like under Windows and the Intel driver
is more than enough for my needs.
However when using a solution as described in 1) the Nvidia chip
will still drain power. Is there anyway to deactivate the chip?
(short of removing it from the motherboard if possible).