• Nvidia Displayport Issues.


    I am having issues with signals transferred using my GTX-980 GPU on Antergos. It seems like Display port just does not pass over any signal at all. I am currently using only 1 of my 2 monitors and it is utilizing DVI.

    I have installed nvidia-installer, ran it with test mode, which came back with no issues. I then installed the nvidia drivers and rebooted, but DP still does not register any signal. I’ve tried other OS’s like Ubuntu and DP works just fine.

    Also, the open source drivers do not pick up display port. Any ideas on what to try next?

    Thank you,

  • And how do you try to setup the display?

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  • Both displays are plugged into my GPU.

    [primary]----- Monitor A is using DVI-D
    [secondary]-- Monitor B is using DP

    After installing Antergos with Gnome Desktop:

    sudo pacman -S nvidia-installer
    
    nvidia-installer -t
    
    nvidia-installer
    
    pacman -S nvidia-settings
    

    After installing the drivers and settings panel, my secondary [monitor B] does not display signal. Even after unplugging/replugging cables in and re-powering monitor.

    Nouveau drivers react in the same way, as in they do not detect my secondary monitor using Displayport.

  • you will need to enable them with gnome-control-center or nvidia-settings to make them work.

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  • In nvidia settings GUI, the secondary monitor does not show up. Also, in gnome control center no secondary display shows up.

    Is there anything I need to edit in nvidia X Config file?

  • what gives the command:

    xrandr

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  • @joekamprad

    Screen 0: minimum 8 x 8, current 2560 x 1440, maximum 16384 x 16384
    DVI-I-0 disconnected (normal left inverted right x axis y axis)
    DVI-I-1 connected primary 2560x1440+0+0 (normal left inverted right x axis y axis) 527mm x 296mm
       2560x1440     59.95*+
       1920x1080     60.00  
       1680x1050     59.95  
       1600x900      60.00  
       1280x1024     75.02    60.02  
       1280x800      59.81  
       1280x720      60.00  
       1024x768      75.03    60.00  
       800x600       75.00    60.32  
       640x480       75.00    59.94  
    HDMI-0 disconnected (normal left inverted right x axis y axis)
    DP-0 disconnected (normal left inverted right x axis y axis)
    DP-1 disconnected (normal left inverted right x axis y axis)
    DP-2 disconnected (normal left inverted right x axis y axis)
    DP-3 disconnected (normal left inverted right x axis y axis)
    DP-4 disconnected (normal left inverted right x axis y axis)
    DP-5 disconnected (normal left inverted right x axis y axis)
    
  • you can try arandr (GUI config for xrandr)

    sudo pacman -S arandr

    And you can provide logs and systemspecs:

    wget http://bit.ly/2GCG9k2 && sh 2GCG9k2

    This will give an url at the very end you can post here

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  • I tried arandr and inside the GUI every display bridge (under outputs) except ‘DVI-I-1’ is grayed out.

    Is there another way for me to grab display specs from my system to post?

    Thanks,

  • lspci > log.txt && lsusb >> log.txt && journalctl -b -0 >> log.txt && cat log.txt | curl -F [email protected] https://ptpb.pw/?u=1
    

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  • will give systemspecs and the journal log from last boot

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  • @joekamprad

    sorry for late response. Here it is –

    https://ptpb.pw/9Nlw

  • Bad or missing usercopy whitelist? Kernel memory exposure attempt detected from SLUB object 'nvidia_stack_cache' (offset 11440, size 3)!
    

    https://devtalk.nvidia.com/default/topic/1031067/-linux416-nvidia-390-48-nvidia_stack_cache-rip-0010-usercopy_warn-0x7e-0xa0/?offset=2

    Gnome-shell[769]: Some code accessed the property 'discreteGpuAvailable' on the module 'appDisplay'. That property was defined with 'let' or 'const' inside the module. This was previously supported, but is not correct according to the ES6 standard.
    

    Is the device a desktop class PC or a notebook, may with hybrid graphics intel/nvidia?

    I would try went to LTS Kernel and its nvidia driver…

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  • @joekamprad It’s a desktop class PC. Do you mean update kernel?

  • @joekamprad said in Nvidia Displayport Issues.:

    Some code accessed the property ‘discreteGpuAvailable’

    This looks like you have something installed that is not right for your system… like bumblebee?

    With LTS i want to say installing the LTS-Kernel (LongTimeSupport) as it is may working better for you…

    sudo pacman -S linux-lts linux-lts-headers nvidia-lts this gives you advanced options on bootmenu and you can choose booting on LTS kernel

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  • I rebooted using Linux Kernel LTS and reinstalled nvidia drivers. My secondary monitor just doesn’t want to display. In arandr, it still shows up as disconnected even when I remove the display port and reconnect (both from monitor and computer).

    I don’t have bumblebee installed. Is there a way I can list the packages I have installed?

  • pacman -Qs nvidia
    

    will show all installed packages matching the term nvidia.

    pacman -Qqen
    

    show all installed packages from official repositories

    pacman -Qqem
    

    show all packages installed from scratch aka AUR

    to pipe them as a list/file

    pacman -Qqem > packages-AUR.list
    

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  • This is what I have for packages matching term nvidia

    local/lib32-libvdpau 1.1.1-2
        Nvidia VDPAU library
    local/lib32-nvidia-utils 396.24-2
        NVIDIA drivers utilities (32-bit)
    local/lib32-opencl-nvidia 396.24-2
        OpenCL implemention for NVIDIA (32-bit)
    local/libvdpau 1.1.1+3+ga21bf7a-1
        Nvidia VDPAU library
    local/libxnvctrl 396.24-1
        NVIDIA NV-CONTROL X extension
    local/nvidia 396.24-2
        NVIDIA drivers for linux
    local/nvidia-installer 1.15-1
        Script to setup nvidia drivers in Antergos
    local/nvidia-lts 1:396.24-1
        NVIDIA drivers for linux-lts
    local/nvidia-settings 396.24-1
        Tool for configuring the NVIDIA graphics driver
    local/nvidia-utils 396.24-1
        NVIDIA drivers utilities
    

    This is what I have for official repositories

    acpid
    alsa-utils
    antergos-common-meta
    antergos-desktop-settings
    antergos-gnome-meta
    antergos-kernel-manager
    antergos-keyring
    antergos-midnight-timers
    antergos-mirrorlist
    arandr
    aurman
    autoconf
    automake
    b43-fwcutter
    bash
    bash-completion
    bind-tools
    binutils
    bison
    bleachbit
    blender
    bluez
    bluez-utils
    bookworm
    btrfs-progs
    bzip2
    chrome-gnome-shell
    chromium
    cifs-utils
    cmake
    cmatrix
    conky
    conky-manager
    corebird
    coreutils
    crda
    cryptsetup
    cups
    cups-pk-helper
    darktable
    deepin-movie
    device-mapper
    dhcpcd
    diffutils
    dmraid
    dosfstools
    e2fsprogs
    efibootmgr
    exfat-utils
    f2fs-tools
    fakeroot
    feh
    file
    filesystem
    findutils
    flashplugin
    flex
    gawk
    gcc
    gcc-libs
    geeqie
    gettext
    glances
    glibc
    gnome-bluetooth
    gnome-break-timer
    gnome-clocks
    grep
    groff
    grub
    grub2-theme-antergos
    gsfonts
    gufw
    gzip
    haveged
    hplip
    htop
    hwdetect
    i3-gaps
    inetutils
    intel-ucode
    iproute2
    iputils
    ipw2100-fw
    ipw2200-fw
    jfsutils
    jq
    ktimer
    less
    lib32-libldap
    lib32-mesa
    lib32-nvidia-utils
    lib32-opencl-nvidia
    lib32-wxgtk2
    libreoffice-fresh
    libtool
    licenses
    linux
    linux-lts
    linux-lts-headers
    logrotate
    lshw
    lvm2
    m4
    make
    man-db
    man-pages
    mdadm
    mesa
    minitube
    mlocate
    modemmanager
    mousetweaks
    mplayer
    mpv
    nano
    net-tools
    netctl
    netdata
    networkmanager
    nfs-utils
    nilfs-utils
    nmap
    ntfs-3g
    nvidia
    nvidia-installer
    nvidia-lts
    nvidia-settings
    openssh
    os-prober
    pacman
    pantheon-videos
    papirus-icon-theme
    patch
    pciutils
    pcmciautils
    pepper-flash
    perl
    perl-image-exiftool
    pkg-config
    pkgfile
    playonlinux
    procps-ng
    psmisc
    pulseaudio-bluetooth
    python-bottle
    python-gobject
    python-pip
    python-pyqt5
    python-wxpython
    python2-bottle
    python2-gnomekeyring
    qtav
    qtcreator
    qtox
    rapid-photo-downloader
    rawtherapee
    reflector
    reiserfsprogs
    ring-gnome
    ruby-rdoc
    rubygems
    s-nail
    screenfetch
    sed
    shadow
    speedtest-cli
    splix
    steam
    steam-native-runtime
    sudo
    sushi
    syncthing
    syncthing-gtk
    sysfsutils
    system-config-printer
    systemd
    systemd-sysvcompat
    tar
    task
    telegram-desktop
    terminus-font
    texinfo
    ufw
    unrar
    unzip
    usb_modeswitch
    usbutils
    util-linux
    vbam-wx
    veracrypt
    vi
    vim
    weechat
    wget
    which
    whois
    wireless_tools
    wpa_actiond
    wxgtk2
    xf86-input-mouse
    xfce4-taskmanager
    xfsprogs
    yaourt
    yate
    youtube-dl
    zd1211-firmware
    

    And I have not built any AUR so nothing shows up for that.

  • I was thinking about this issue, also in another post where it happens after supsending system that a display do not powewr on again…

    There display is connected via dvi with a adapter to hdmi, so not the same but similar…as your setup…

    To see if this is may related to something else then the driver itself you can try to disable power management, before X starts:

    sudo nano /etc/X11/xorg.conf.d/10-monitor.conf
    with :

    Section "Monitor"
        Identifier "DPP"
        Option "DPMS" "false"
    EndSection
    
    Section "ServerLayout"
        Identifier "ServerLayout0"
        Option "StandbyTime" "0"
        Option "SuspendTime" "0"
        Option "OffTime"     "0"
        Option "BlankTime"   "0"
    EndSection
    

    [updates once a week] = [90% less problems]
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