@karasu I felt adventurous :)
I cloned your repo and tried it again. Same error.
“nouveau” isn’t in the file you mentioned.
Do you need me to provide more logs?
edit: are you sure I’m using the intel GPU with “nvidia-installer -n”, since it will install nouveau again?
it doesn’t use the dGPU if it is installed with nouveau?
or should I use PRIME to switch it?
edit2: xrandr --listproviders shows only intel.
ok, I’ll try again when AUR is updated.
booting into a console and using “nvidia-installer -n” fixed the problem, I was able to boot again.
even if it didn’t remove nouveau, reinstalling it seemed to have removed the proprietary drivers.
as for the intel GPU, it uses the i915 module.
@just SLi maybe?
I’d say mine is pretty “standard”.
It has an integrated intel GPU and a nvidia GTX 1060. I wasn’t sure if the nvidia was used during the install (I couldn’t install Manjaro, and could install Fedora, and someone mentioned Antergos was working).
After my second failed attempt to install bumblebee manually, I reinstalled Antergos and tried nvidia-installer (because I didn’t uninstall nouveau the first time). I checked the second time and nouveau seemed to be used. Not sure about intel, but I’ll check that as well.
I bought a new Clevo laptop P650, kaby lake, GTX 1060.
When I do “nvidia-installer -test”, it says my GPU isn’t supported.
But I was able to do “nvidia-installer -b” and it installs the driver and bumblebee.
The problem is that I can’t boot anymore, I’m stuck at the loading screen in text mode.
Is there a way to revert to the previous config ?
I think the installer removed conflicting drivers (nouveau), is there a way to boot in console mode and run the installer to install nouveau back?
I was also wondering what about bios settings. I only have 2 settings: MSHybrid and Discrete. By default it was MSHybrid, so I guess Optimus is enabled. Should I keep it this way?