I’ve been running Fedora for some time and I am still loving using it. Today I got a used nVidia GTX 650 Ti graphic card from my friend Lance, and I was trying to install it under my existing system structure. We managed to get the card installed in the PC chassis and connected the …
This problem has been sometime for me. Bumblebee-nvidia is used for graphical applications. No matter what kernel version I use, the first boot after a complete shutdown the computer would freeze on plymouth screen, I’d have to manually hit ctrl+alt+del to reboot and then it could load into X.
I bought a brand new Lenovo Y510p 2 months back, and it arrived 2 days ago (what a speed!). Yesterday evening I finally got a chance to install Linux onto my baby. I have to say that wasn’t an easy job. Here are the steps that I did last night.
Since kernel 3.10, everytime I did a kernel upgrade, my fedora just wouldn’t boot into this new kernel. Also I have previously set my TIMEOUT to 0, which means I won’t have a choice during boot. The problem is not big nor severe, but it did took me some time to figure how.