I am a complete noob, and this is my first time installing ubuntu on a computer. It is a shared system with a windows partition and an ubuntu partition.
I installed Ubuntu and during installation i checked that 3rd party components should be installed, gave a password. During installation something failed called “shim… something” the computer rebooted, and the drivers had been found so it all looked good.
I was not prompted to give my password so i ran “sudo apt -f install” and this blue menu came up (some ncurses menu) and i gave my password.
As i understood it needed to sign the drivers becuase it is getting run i kernel space.
Everything went well except that it said “could not add key” to something.
But all looked good, driver where found and resolution was good.
I installed some other stuff, but then i wanted to install Lutris.
When i started Lutris it prompted me that Vulcan was not installed etc. etc so i followed their link and ran
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:graphics-drivers/ppa sudo dpkg --add-architecture i386 sudo apt update // Then i restarted sudo apt install nvidia-driver-430 libnvidia-gl-430 libnvidia-gl-430:i386 sudo apt install libvulkan1 libvulkan1:i386
And now my graphics card is no longer recognized
I am running a Nvidia 970 gfx card
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