You do not really need one. But here is an article I came across recently. https://itsfoss.com/ccleaner-alternatives-ubuntu-linux/
Some of these tools should work on Antergos/Arch Linux too. Look in the AUR repository to see they are available.
My laptop will not boot into the desktop using the Intel HD Graphics 630. The screen is completely black.
However, I can boot into the desktop using the dedicated Nvidia card. But Intel iGPU must be turned off in the BIOS.
- Clevo P650HS-G Laptop
- i7-7700HQ (Kaby Lake); Intel HD Graphics 630
- NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 1070 with Gsync
- Antergos 17.3; Gnome: 3.22.2; Linux Kernel: 4.10.3-1
BIOS Screenshot: https://goo.gl/photos/nX5EDprJdn12Qqkh9
Main Display Drivers Installed:
I have been reviewing the information below as they both similar components:
- and various other pages related to nvidia & intel graphic & forums.
What have I done:
- Installed Nvidia drivers
- Uninstalled Nouveau and blacklisted /etc/modprobe.d/nouveau.conf
options nouveau modeset=0
I can now boot into the desktop using the dedicated Nvidia GPU
- Added "MODULES=“intel_agp i915” to /etc/mkinitcpio.conf - Source: https://goo.gl/gMlrTW
- Rebuild your initial ramdisk image # mkinitcpio -p linux - Source: https://goo.gl/vn1M0
- Added /etc/X11/xorg.conf.d/20-nvidia.conf
Section "Device" Identifier "Nvidia Card" Driver "nvidia" VendorName "NVIDIA Corporation" BusID "PCI:01:00:00" #Option "NoLogo" "true" #Option "UseEDID" "false" #Option "ConnectedMonitor" "DFP" EndSection
- Added /etc/X11/xorg.conf.d/30-intel.conf
Section "Device" Identifier "Intel Graphics" Driver "intel" BusID "PCI:00:02:0" #Found by turning on Hybrid and booting into terminal with Ubuntu live usb EndSection
- Installed driver xf86-video-intel
At this point, I restarted the laptop and changed the BIOS setting to “Hybrid graphics”.
Afer GRUB, the screen is completely black.
I intend on setting up Bumblebee later. But I want to ensure the Intel GPU is working first.
I have spent a long time trying various things but at this point, I am stuck.
– Update: Added more system logs in zip file.
Extracted with https://wiki.gnome.org/Apps/Logs. Really helpful for narrowing by time.