So… Uh I’m getting pretty desperate about this. There are even problems with the Wi-Fi, after a few hours it just stops working and won’t reconnect to any networks until a complete system restart. Should I just give up trying to make antergos work and try my luck with another (maybe compatible) distro?
Sorry it took me this much to reply, but I’ve been busy the past week.
This is the log you asked for.
And yes, the nvidia card is off by default, I got back the same response from the “optirun --status” command as you.
The “optirun pwd” or any other commands like that won’t result in anything, it will just keep spinning like nothing happened.
I also have all those stuff already installed that you recommended.
So, I recently bought a new laptop, an Asus X550VX. I managed to install Antergos linux with using a bunch of workaround methods, and it is almost running perfectly.
My problem is that sometimes when I start my laptop, like 3 out of 10 times the fans will start spinning at 100% in about 30 seconds that I reach the graphical interface. Is there any ways to fix this problem? I guess it must be my GPU fans, it has both intel and nvidia GPUs, I installed the drivers with bumblebee. The interesting thing is that if I manage to get a restart without the 100% fan spinning, then after if I hibernate the laptop and later turn it back on the spinning wont appear, but for an instance if I restart it and not hibernate, it may appear again.