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Apr 26, 2016 … If you’ve been successfully running 16.04 with your video driver before, but the login loop issue happens after the latest software update, …
I run Ubuntu 18.04, kernel 5.3.0-28 and use two graphics cards, Nvidia Quadro K4200 and GTX 750 Ti. Both screens are connected to K4200 via DVI and DisplayPort and I use GTX 750 Ti for CUDA computations. It was running well for some months with nvidia driver (don’t remember the version now) and cuda 10.0. After one recent reboot one of the screens stopped working. Moreover, nvidia-smi produced the following error: NVIDIA-SMI has failed because it couldn’t communicate with the NVIDIA driver. “…
I was originally using Ubuntu 18.04 and suddenly I got stuck in a login loop after installing the proper nvidia drivers for my laptop.
I have been trying to setup my nvidia graphics after updating Ubuntu from 16.04 to 18.04. Long story short I have tried all (or most) combinations of setting up the driver but I failed. I have an Nvidia GTX 1080 card which was initially working in my 16.04. Also, I am using the onboard graphics card for the display and wish to use the Nvidia graphics card for my Deep Learning work (read CUDA). Below are the specs: onboard graphics chipset – Intel NVIDIA graphics card – GTX 1080 driver – 410…
Previously I was running Nvidia 418 with cuda 10.1 which was working fine and I can able to run tensorflow 1.15 in gpu. Recently, I inadvertently updated the driver to Nvidia 450, and tensorflow en…
After I installed driver on ubuntu 18.04, I experienced a problem with nvidia card. After installing nvidia driver and reboot, I got into login loop and did ctrl+alt+f3 to login. Then prime-select intel and reboot, I lost my contact to geforce rtx 2070. When typed nvidia-smi. I got NVIDIA-SMI has failed because it couldn’t communicate with the NVIDIA driver. Make sure that the latest NVIDIA driver is installed and running. And prime-select nvidia, I can see my graphic cards. But after reboo…
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I’m on a mid 2014 MacBook Pro with nVidia GeForce GT 750M GPU with 2GB of dedicated GDDR5 Running Ubuntu 18.04 on an external Hard Drive After installing CUDA 10.02 (maybe it wasn’t compatible?) This is exactly how I installed, got no issues till the reboot. On reboot I got a login loop and I know there are many topics here on that but I can’t follow them because I can’t get into a command prompt of any kind. I’ve tried a few commands like Ctrl+Alt+F1, nothing happens. When I…
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Hi, I’m working on a Dell Precision 5530 on a Ubuntu 18.04 and I cannot get past the login loop after installing nvidia drivers (by using ubuntu-drivers autoinstall for 390 or by using the ppa and the 418 driver). I will attach the nvidia-bug-report.log, maybe someone can help. I also tried following the steps described here https://devtalk.nvidia.com/default/topic/1043405/linux/ubuntu-18-04-headless_390-intel-igpu-after-prime-select-intel-lost-contact-to-geforce-1050ti/post/5293003/#5293003 a…
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