I follow the instructions of the wiki to install bumblebee with intel and nvidia optimus card.When I run cat /proc/acpi/bbswitch I get the following error:cat: /proc/acpi/bbswitch: No such file or directoryIf I try to run sudo modprobe bbswitch I get: ERROR: could not insert 'bbswitch': No such deviceI have already installed bbswitch.Finally If I run:optirun glxgearsI get [ 2585.015815]
Solved, I have bumblebee and bbswitch process running correctly now. I followed the top answer on this website BBSwitchMinor changes in the command lines, I didn't have the most updated kernel headers. So I removed my old ones using synaptic and afterwards I followed the instructions.
Lax Lexis wrote:The solution of this issue was the installing of bbswitch 0.7-18! Without bbswitch the Kernel 3.12. don't still deaktivate the second GPU (nVidia), against the promise ...3.12 has definitely brought about dual-GPU functioanlity.
I'm attempting to install Bumblebee and use the PM features of Bumblebee. The installation of Bumblebee works fine and I can use optirun to run programs with my GPU, however, bbswitch doesn't want to run even though it's been installed. I'm running the nvidia-325 drivers from the xorg-edgers PPA and I'm running kernel 3.10.
I have the nvidia module blacklisted in /etc/modprobe.d/modprobe.conf.I have bbswitch set to turn the card off when it loads up using "options bbswitch load_state=0 unload_state=0" in /etc/modprobe.d/modprobe.conf.I have confirmed that the bbswitch module believes these configuration options are set, and I know that the card is successfully turned off when Bumblebee loads up.But when I l
Hello! Since I'm using custom kernel I decided to replace every kernel module package with DKMS variants. But it looks like bbswitch can't turn my Nvidia OFF when using nvidia-dkms.device 0000:01:00.0 is in use by driver 'nvidia', refusing OFFWhy is that? Is there anything I can do?