Hello! I’m a bit new to this. So, after the last couple of updates (kernel upgrade to 5.3.0 and nvidia-driver to 440 of the official kubuntu repos), I noticed that I can’t switch to the NVIDIA graphics anymore. I have a hybrid graphics laptop with NVIDIA Quadro M1200 Mobile and intel 591b. I tried to switch with
sudo prime-select nvidia but when I rebooted I was stuck on a black screen (no SDDM login screen nothing) and I couldn’t switch to any TTYs either. The only way to get it back and running was by force powering off my laptop to go back in recovery mode and switch back to the intel graphics. I’ve tried the fixes provided here but unfortunately it did not work and I’m stuck at where I was at the beginning of the day, unable to use my NVIDIA GPU. I also tried a couple of fixes from the forum here and there (from the Ubuntu 18.04 users) but none seemed to work for me. I’ve even tried rolling back to the 5.0 kernel and nvidia-drivers 418, 430, 435.
Attached is the log I got from
sudo nvidia-bug-report.sh from the recovery mode with
sudo prime-select nvidia before booting (I figured running it with intel selected would not be useful).
nvidia-bug-report.log (890.1 KB)