Description of problem:
During bootup Fedora 25 displays nouveau: 136000a1 unrecognised chipset for gtx 1060 on my optimus notebook. In details in Gnome I have only Intel HD 530 (Skylake GT2) displayed.
This is urgent, since most likely because of that and HDMI monitor can't be seen (HDMI is most likely connected to Nvidia). I will file a separate bug about this.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Try to boot fedora on optimus enabled GALLERIA QSF1060HE laptop with Nvidia gtx 1060.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Install fedora 25
nouveau: 136000a1 unrecognised chipset message
No nvidia card displayed in details
No HDMI monitor detected
no error message from nouveau
detection of external HDMI monitor
The situation remains unchanged in kernel 4.9.3.
I have this problem too. Using the proprietary NVIDIA drivers worked but it comes at cost of efficient power management (no Intel/Nvidia switch), battery life becomes half it could be.
My Fedora 24 installation on a lenovo B560 (Intel / NVIDIA Optimus) with nouveau (standard video driver) stopped recognizing the Optimus chipset after update to Kernel 4.9.X.
"Just after login to GNOME, video gets frozen."
Deactivating Optimus at BIOS is a workaround to logged to GNOME again.
Now, I suspect I have the same problem as reported here (as well as probably many other users).
I read anywhere in the Kernel Bug-tracking, that Kernel 4.10. should solve problems with NVIDIA-Optimus laptops.
If true, when will Fedora 24 get an update to Kernel 4.10.X??
After latest fedora update:
$ lspci -nn | egrep "VGA"
00:02.0 VGA compatible controller : Intel Corporation HD Graphics 530 [8086:191b] (rev 06)
01:00.0 VGA compatible controller : NVIDIA Corporation GP106M [GeForce GTX 1060 Mobile] [10de:1c20] (rev a1)
Does this means we are close to have optimus support? :D
Hi marcio, all,
In fact, during last weeks, since Fedora released Kernel 9.9.7 my NVIDA Optimus has been recognized and seems to be back working as usual.
So, I would suggest you look for an kernel-update.
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