per default it will boot on igpu if you install nvidia drivers and add modesetting option on boot…
To switch you need to add a switcher or switch manually… or indeed set it to boot with nvidia gpu enabled per default.
I see. So I was most likely using the igpu before this then.
What is the best way of doing this? Seems like booting with nvidia gpu is the better choice since I want to use that, basically always… That would also make me not have to do the switch when I boot as that makes the boot time longer (yes, just a few seconds but still - bloat ).
I looked into this and for sure, the screen is not primary anymore. Setting it to primary made one of the icons show up again. Not the dropbox one though.
I used xrandr --output eDP-1-1 --primary but I doubt that is permanent… Right? Would I need to set that in my config-file?
But maybe not if I run with kernel option so it’s nvidia at boot?
Damn, I feel like Jon Snow here (“you know nothing Jon Snow”)