Driver installation issue on Ubuntu 18.04

Hi Generix,

I try to install Nvidia driver on my HP Omen, Dual Boot, UEFI with secure boot disabled.

I first tried to install with the .run file and --module-signing options (after imported my key to database) => https://gist.github.com/Rambou/c6769caee19b0b9915d8342b86c3ef72 But it did not worked.

Then, after regarding your advices on that forum I tried to install with ubuntu-drivers the recommanded version (ppa). With that installations a key generated that I imported to key database (at starup).

PS : I checked blacklist nvidia (grep -i nvidia /etc/modprobe.d/*)
nvidia-bug-report.log.gz (80.4 KB)

Please also check /lib/modprobe.d for a blacklist
sudo rm /lib/modprobe.d/blacklist-nvidia.conf /etc/modprobe.d/blacklist-nvidia.conf

Hi Generix,
That was it, thanks a lot :)

Just a quick question : can I re unable the secure boot ?

You might have to use
update-secureboot-policy
to enroll/create a key for dkms.

Hello Generix,

It’s perfect.

Thanks and have a good week-end

Damien