I have two Linux Mint 19.1 Cinnamon computers, both with machine-learning dedicated 1080Ti GPUs installed. The first computer I built about a year ago is running great with the latest version 430.26 driver & CUDA 10.2 installed, and I get “No running processes found” in nvidia-smi. That’s good, no wasted memory, as display graphics is being provided by the on-board Intel UHD630 graphics processor.
The second computer is the same setup, drivers, & CUDA, etc. However, nvidia-smi reports a “usr/lib/xorg/Xorg” process using 141MiB, a “cinnamon” process using 36MiB, and a “…uest-channel-token=10806460779100703040” process using 55MiB. I’d like to boot-up without these processes, and never run them.
I vaguely remember setting-up the original computer to get the “No running processes found” and would like the same for the second computer. I can’t remember or find the details, can anyone help?
nvidia-bug-report.log.gz (1.07 MB)