[Debian stable - driver 470]
The last bit I need to solve is the absence of HDMI from my laptop.
On Windows, it works. Not on Linux: it wakes up but goes black right after, with a “No signal” message.
Even tried screen sharing solution, nope.
I need that functionality to make my presentations on a bigger screen.
I don’t have xorg conf. Please find attached the bug report I just created.
nvidia-bug-report.tar.gz (230.6 KB)
Please set kernel parameter
After reboot and login, you might have to run
xrandr --setprovideroutputsource NVIDIA-G0 modesetting && xrandr --auto
to enable the external monitor.
Thank you so much generix, you saved my investment twice today.
I added your command in my bashrc and now it’s there forever.
Great to have someone like you on this forum :)
Didn’t want to start a new topic just yet, but I am also having the same problem, however I already have modeset enabled. Posted some initial findings on my OS issue board here:
01:24AM - 25 Mar 22 UTC
Mar 24 18:20:17 porty systemd-udevd: card0: Process '/nix/store/dndi
Nixos is special, please open a new thread.
Please run nvidia-bug-report.sh as root and attach the resulting nvidia-bug-report.log.gz file to your post.
sorry where can I get this script from?
nevermind, I found a copy of it, looks like it’s not installed by default in NixOS. Do I need to run this in a special context, like while an HDMI device is connected to the port for example?
Yes, connect the hdmi, then run the script with sudo on the desktop.
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