Although the nvidia card is still powered up and sucking battery life.
I tried messing around with some utilities (Bumblebee) that are meant
to control power or selection of graphics card, but all I achieved was
hard lock-ups. (That was on a 3.10 kernel, mostly default X from
Ubuntu 13.04, and an updated nvidia driver. So things might be better
with later versions of X components. Allegedly it does work for some
On 30 September 2013 18:20, Tim Connors <tim.w.connors(a)gmail.com> wrote:
On Sep 27, 2013 8:33 AM, "Chris Samuel" <chris(a)csamuel.org> wrote:
Anyone got any recommendations or experiences with Haswell laptops
running Linux yet?
Got mine a few days after Haswell was released in mobile form from Logical
Blue One who apparently specialise in gaming laptops. As such, it has an
nvidia card that outputs directly to an Intel card. New enough kernel and X
can drive the Intel card and that's good enough for me.
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