I have a brand new P34G laptop from Gigabyte, fitted with an intel graphics card and a GTX 760M (with optimus). I am running Ubuntu 14.04 and am willing to setup a dev platform for CUDA - my most important constraint is that I want to debug under NSight.
I have installed the nvidia graphics driver from the official repo (331) and the cuda toolkit 6.0RC.
Now using nvidia-prime I can select the graphic card to use. When I select the intel card in prime the program complains there is no cuda compatible card and when I select the nvidia card in prime the program complains that the card is already used for display. Is there a way I can use the intel card for display and simultaneously the nvidia card for cuda so I can debug my cuda programs?
Is this possible? I have heard about using bumblebee in replacement of the nvidia driver, is this a good idea?
Any idea? Thanks!