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I have a laptop running CentOS 5.9 with switchable/hybrid graphics (Intel integrated and Nvidia). For now, have managed to successfully install Nvidia driver using NVIDIA-Linux-x86_64-331.20.run file from Nvidia website, but ...
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- 12-05-2013 #1
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- May 2013
Bumblebee for CentOS5/RHEL5
To use both adapters I need to install Bumblebee, but there is no package available for x64_64 CentOS5 or RHEL5 and need to install Bumblebee manually from source following instruction:
but don't know how to set the following paths
./configure CONF_DRIVER=nvidia CONF_DRIVER_MODULE_NVIDIA=nvidia-current \
The nvidia directories/files located on the machine are:
# locate nvidia
Can anyone please help?
- 6 Hours Ago #2
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- Apr 2014
old post, but perhaps someone could benefit from it anyway.
the paths you are want to set up looks like environment variables to be set up. this is done with 'export' command and should look like below for all these paths:
#export CONF_DRIVER_MODULE_NVIDIA="nvidia-current \"
#export CONF_LDPATH_NVIDIA="/usr/lib/nvidia-current:/usr/lib32/nvidia-current \"
notice that where there is whitespace, I used " (quotation marks). you should verify if '\' should be there - it doesnt make sense for me, so if the above will not work, remove \ and ".
also the last env.variable has coma (,) between two files. I am not sure if coma would split the files related to just one env.variable. if it is not accepted by shell then split those two files - e.g.
#export CONF_MODPATH_NVIDIA=/usr/lib/nvidia-current/xorg and
perhaps someone more experienced could confirm if it is correct approach (with comas separating various files belonging to just one env.variable).