Package Details: optimus-manager 1.2.2-2

Git Clone URL: https://aur.archlinux.org/optimus-manager.git (read-only, click to copy)
Package Base: optimus-manager
Description: Management utility to handle GPU switching for Optimus laptops
Upstream URL: https://github.com/Askannz/optimus-manager
Licenses: MIT
Conflicts: optimus-manager-git
Provides: optimus-manager=1.2.2
Submitter: Askannz
Maintainer: Askannz
Last Packager: Askannz
Votes: 34
Popularity: 3.50
First Submitted: 2018-11-17 05:42
Last Updated: 2019-11-15 04:09

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laurentO commented on 2020-02-08 14:04

@Askannz, many many thanks for this project, that is now in a rock solid version and make dual gpu management so easy ! When I install a new arch system with an Nvidia card, that's the package I install just after Nvidia package for solving all my drivers issues

Shatur commented on 2020-01-05 00:15

Could you add nvidia as dependency?

jskier commented on 2019-11-14 16:37

Thank you, that did it.

Kr1ss commented on 2019-11-14 16:28

The package just needs to be rebuild against the new Python version 3.8 So just rebuild and reinstall, then u should be fine. Maybe @Askannz could consider bumping $pkgrel ?

jskier commented on 2019-11-14 15:58

Recent system updates cause this to fail to start the service, reverting to Intel GPU. https://pastebin.com/eMndneSy

laurentO commented on 2019-10-21 06:01

This project is amazing ! Thanks for the job It solved all my setup issues with NVIDIA drivers whatever the desktop environment used (tested on KDE, Cinnamon,XFCE and Deepin until now) It can ALSO be used if you don't have a dual CPU, just for a working install of nvidia drivers.

stefnix commented on 2019-10-07 02:42

@Askannz This project is amazing! This is just what I was looking for when wanting to have prime-select on Arch.

Kr1ss commented on 2019-05-13 22:30

Hey @Askannz, stepping by to say thank you for your this project and for packaging it for the AUR.

I noticed you do provides=(); this should not be needed for the actual $pkgname / $pkgver according to the wiki. Seems you can omit that statement.

Anyways, great job ! Cheers !

jpegxguy commented on 2019-03-26 21:39

@Askannz Thanks. BTW you could go the bumblebee route:

The official nvidia packages are, as listed in the dependencies of bumblebee:

nvidia - NVIDIA kernel driver
nvidia-340xx - NVIDIA kernel driver for even older devices
nvidia-390xx - NVIDIA kernel driver for old devices

Since AFAIK some form nvidia is required for this package.

Askannz commented on 2019-03-26 10:14

@jpegxguy I changed the blacklist path and removed the nvidia dependency.

I though legacy packages like nvidia-390xx provided the virtual package nvidia, but it does not seem to be the case. Oh well.