I have installed the cuda 9 with 384 driver on an ubuntu 16.04 where a M2000 is used. Prior to installing the driver, I appended “nomodeset” to kernel parameter in order to boot the machine. Then I entered the console and installed the driver and it was successful.
After a reboot, if I drop the “nomodeset”, still the ubuntu stuck with messy picture. Again I have to use “nomodeset” in the kernel parameters.
Is that normal? I don’t think so.