It's actually a dual cards(intel+nvidia) problem.
I know there are supports for optimus in newest kernel/xorg/nvidia .
, new kernel supports seamless
switch between intel graphics driver and nouveau.
I have not tried them yet, which seem better options than bumblebee.
在 2013-11-6，6:51，Matthew Saltzman <mjs(a)clemson.edu> 写道：
On Tue, 2013-11-05 at 21:08 +0800, WangWentao wrote:
> I have tried the repos version, but it doesn't work either.
> There is also an intel card along with nvidia card, so it supports optimus, but I
can't disable it in BIOS.
Just FYI, there is a pilot project to support Optimus here:
I'm using it and the Intel driver seems
fine. On my system, the disadvantage is that the external display is
attached to the nVidia driver, so I can't use it without some hacking
around that I haven't had time to do. The other disadvantage is that
driver switching isn't seamless. You need to invoke programs you want
to run on the nVidia card with a wrapper program.
> I have tried a few methods:
> * specify BusID in xorg.conf
> * remove nouveau module(blacklist+dracut)
> * increase vmalloc
> However, there is only a very dark screen after boot.
> 在 2013-11-5，3:49，Joe Zeff <joe(a)zeff.us> 写道：
>> On 11/04/2013 11:33 AM, WangWentao wrote:
>>> However, I failed to install nvidia driver. After I installed
NVIDIA-Linux-x86-319.60.run(no error), the X cannot be started until I restore open source
>> Using the binary blob from nVidia is probably the worst way to go. Not only does
it mangle several important system files, it has to be done again every time there's a
kernel update. There's a much better "fire and forget" system that works
for Fedora, and here's a link to one of the walkthroughs:
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