Yes, not solved
How can I do that?
Uninstall the intel driver. It was in the post. Then it will be using modesetting.
sudo pacman -R xf86-video-intel
Error : target not found
What does this show
No such file or directory
so you removed this before?
as it would be installed per default…
and only to clear this:
If you install proprietary Nvidia drivers on Optimus and set modesetting DRM on (what the installer does) default with nothing setup in addition that system will use intel GPU only and you can switch Nvidia on and of manually:
xrandr --listproviders will show info and names to use…
xrandr --setprovideroutputsource nvidia Intel
And it could be exactly the opposite … that you need the intel driver package be installed to get it working… some intel GPUs also if they are newer than gen 4 needs the Xorg driver …
No I don’t remove that
How can I install it again?
yay -Syu xf86-video-intel
After install intel driver
Then i get this
Can’t open display
shows that it can not open display?
will show all about the two gpus and what drivers they are using…
And if you install Nvidia with
you should have a working system.
Booting on intel and switchable to pull on nvidia GPU…
I’m install again nvidia driver using dkms( through chroot)
if x is not running Xrandr will not work
and you see:
both drivers are loaded…
Could be something else is preventing from starting x ? like DM
How can I inspect that?
What was DE DM used?
Bootlog could tell:
journalctl -b -0 | eos-sendlog
you have internet connection working? could be also clbin is blocked in your country…
yay -S fpaste journalctl -b -0 > journal.txt && fpaste journal.txt
yes I have connection but I’m from Iran most censorship and stuff
Document.odt (162.6 KB)
there is always a way
Process 1291 (Xorg) of user 0 dumped core.
is showing up repeately times in the log …
there is currently this BUG:
where it says it will bring nvidia to live when using:
ibt=off kernel boot option…
added manually to check by pressing “e” on grub boot menu and add it to kernel boot options: