Bumblebee and Nvidia Optimus problem [Solved]

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Re: Bumblebee and Nvidia Optimus problem

Postby lxnay » Mon May 13, 2013 15:24

Module 'nvidia' is not found.
I guess that you messed up your system somehow. Install nvidia-drivers.
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Re: Bumblebee and Nvidia Optimus problem

Postby Bunkmil » Mon May 13, 2013 15:50

I reinstalled nvidia-drivers and it didn't fix the problem.

That's just a guess, but anyway. My kernel is set to "linux-3.9.0-sabayon".

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david-laptop ~ # eselect kernel list
Available kernel symlink targets:
  [1]   linux-3.8.0-sabayon
  [2]   linux-3.9.0-sabayon *
  [3]   linux-3.9.0-server


My installed nvidia drivers are " x11-drivers/nvidia-drivers-313.30#3.9.0-sabayon".

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david-laptop ~ # equo search  x11-drivers/nvidia-drivers-313.30#3.9.0-sabayon
>>  @@ Recherche...
>>      @@ Paquet: x11-drivers/nvidia-drivers-313.30#3.9.0-sabayon branche: 5, [sabayon-weekly]
>>         Disponible:       version: 313.30 ~ tag: 3.9.0-sabayon ~ révision: 0
>>         Installé:         version: 313.30 ~ tag: 3.9.0-sabayon ~ révision: 0
>>         entaille:         0,3.9.0-sabayon
>>         Page d'accueil:   http://www.nvidia.com/
>>         Description:      NVIDIA GPUs kernel drivers
>>         License:          NVIDIA
>>  Mots-clé:  x11-drivers/nvidia-drivers-313.30#3.9.0-sabayon
>>  Trouvé:    1 entry


However, "uname -r" doesn't give me "linux-3.9.0-sabayon".

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david-laptop ~ # uname -r
3.9.0-server


Could this be related ?
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Re: Bumblebee and Nvidia Optimus problem

Postby lxnay » Mon May 13, 2013 15:57

You are booting with the wrong kernel, remove linux-server and reboot.
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Re: Bumblebee and Nvidia Optimus problem [Solved]

Postby Bunkmil » Mon May 13, 2013 16:13

Magic! I got my problem solved by removing linux-server. I don't understand why it got installed in the first place (probably kernel-switcher). And the other thing is I don't understand why my system was booting from linux-server while my "eselect kernel" was pointing to linux-sabayon.

Anyway, thank you very much for your help.
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Re: Bumblebee and Nvidia Optimus problem

Postby lxnay » Mon May 13, 2013 16:15

eselect kernel prints the directory the symlink /usr/src/linux is pointing to.
It has nothing to do with the kernel you are booting. Where did you get such information?
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Re: Bumblebee and Nvidia Optimus problem

Postby Bunkmil » Mon May 13, 2013 16:34

I probably misunderstood the "Upgrading the Linux kernel" section of the wiki, but I really thought that the eselect kernel command was used to select the kernel to boot from. I'll definitely have to read it again. And if this can minimize my mistake, english isn't my primary language :wink: .
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Re: Bumblebee and Nvidia Optimus problem [Solved]

Postby lxnay » Mon May 13, 2013 17:17

No, eselect kernel is definitely not that. Make sure to inform the wiki page authors about the mistake if there's written that.
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