Unity gone after installing Nvidia driver on 12.10
Yes, I tried this but it made no difference. It seems to me that
installing the Nvidia driver changed some configuration that causes Unity
to stop working. I also ran the compiz manager to make sure that the Unity
plugin is enabled.
On Wed, 3 Oct 2012 11:56:08 +0600, "Murat D. Kadirov"
> On Wed, Oct 03, 2012 at 12:03:56AM -0500, Avi Schwartz wrote:
>> I got the Thinkpad T430s with the Nvidia Optimus graphics card today
>> and first thing I tried to do was install the latest 12.10 beta on
>> Everything came up fine but I noticed that the graphics card was
>> defaulting to Unknown so I installed the latest Nvidia driver from
>> repository. Upon restart I was able to log into my desktop but found
>> that Unity is now gone. No Unity, Launcher, or Dash. Looking at the
>> Xorg.0.log I don't see the Nvidia driver loading, just the Intel
>> as before but Unity as a whole is gone.
>> Any ideas?
> Perhaps, you have changed video card in BIOS/EFI? Try explicitly point
> Intel or Optimus, not both in BIOS/EFI.
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