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On 04/30/15 20:06, IX4 SVS wrote:
>> reasonably responsive. The system works mostly fine out of the
>> box, the only issues I'm having are:
>> - Resume from sleep sometimes fails, resulting in a hung system.
> This is a kernel/BIOS issue - try other kernels or BIOS updates
In my (nvidia + intel, Optimus configuration) experience this is a
Nvidia driver issue. Installing the Nvidia driver from RPMFusion
solved both this and external/internal screen issues, BUT it has some
> - You can try to blacklist it to avoid loading its driver by the
> following kernel parameters: nouveau.modeset=0
> The result of this is that now there is no display on my external
> monitors as the DVI ports are dead (as you point out below).
You should blacklist nouveau (the open source driver) only when you
have installed the nvidia / nonfree one, otherwise only the main
screen will barely work.
I've been able to follow the wiki at
Unfortunately, for Qubes 2, following this procedure *now* will result
in too recent drivers being downloaded for the available kernel, and
the RPMs will not compile. I kept a copy of the RPMs I compiled for my
ASUS Zenbook, and have had success in using in an ASUS K550 (X550)
which happens to use another pair of NVidia and Intel integrated vga.
I don't know if you may have some benefit in using them, and once
installed they will be quite hard to remove (it would be faster to
just reinstall Qubes and restore the backups - if only the 2.0 vanilla
version could restore the backups -_-''). If you feel lucky, I can
upload them for you.
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