Description of problem:
Installing the proriatery Nvidia-Driver(304.xx) from the repos breaks the use of GLX for the integrated Intel card on optimus notebooks. The Nvidia installer has an option to prevent this behaviour "--no-opnegl-files". Could this option implemented in the nvidia-driver-package in any way when installing the driver on an optimus machine?
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Steps to Reproduce:
The same state in Mageia 3 RC:
when I install bumblebee and the Nvidia-Drivers then the GLX output of intel card is broken.
Is this still valid in Mageia 4 or in cauldron?
Mageia 3 =>
Could you also give a procedure to reproduce this bug? I'm running on an optimus laptop with nvidia-current, and I don't notice big issues with the intel driver.
(In reply to Rémi Verschelde from comment #2)
> Is this still valid in Mageia 4 or in cauldron?
Well, I see, I should have been more precise. It was the fact when configuring the xserver for the use of bumblebee. But it's no longer necessary doing so since you packaged bumblebee and all the dependecies for MGA4 and Cauldron.
So, for me the bug has gone and is neither valid for Cauldron nor for MGA4 :)
Thanks, then it was likely a bug linked with the bumblebee package you used and not with the nvidia driver (I guess).
Please mention it when you use external packages which might have an influence :)
(In reply to Rémi Verschelde from comment #5)
> Thanks, then it was likely a bug linked with the bumblebee package you used
> and not with the nvidia driver (I guess).
Maybe, but the time i posted the bug i tested with the nvidia-driver from repo and from Nvidia directly. Only instllaling the driver from Nvidia with option "--no-opengl-files" left the intel-glfiles untouched. Maybe it was more the way how bumblebee was configured that time.
> Please mention it when you use external packages which might have an
> influence :)
Well that was the official mga bumblebee-package ;)
Then let's say is OLD and not INVALID ;-)
(In reply to Rémi Verschelde from comment #7)
> Then let's say is OLD and not INVALID ;-)