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This wiki is intend to be used as a common information database, to sum up all the informations and reports submitted on the mailing list.
This wiki is intend to be used as a common information database, to sum up all the informations and reports submitted on the mailing list.
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'''The whole wiki is published under GNU Free Documentation Licence.'''
'''The whole wiki is published under GNU Free Documentation Licence.'''
===General===
===General===
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* [[Hybrid_graphics|Hybrid graphics ?]]
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* [[Hybrid_graphics|Hybrid graphics?]]
* [[State_of_the_art|State of the art]]
* [[State_of_the_art|State of the art]]
===Softwares===
===Softwares===
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* [[bumblebee|Bumblebee]] -- allows you to run specific programs on the discrete graphic card, inside of an X session using the integrated graphic card. Works on '''Nvidia Optimus''' cards.
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* [[ironhide|Ironhide]] -- allows you to run specific programs on the discrete graphic card, inside of an X session using the integrated graphic card -- by Martin Juhl (abandoned)
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* [[asus_switcheroo|asus_switcheroo]]
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* [[bumblebee|Bumblebee]] -- allows you to run specific programs on the discrete graphic card, inside of an X session using the integrated graphic card. Works on '''Nvidia Optimus''' cards -- by Bumblebee Project
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* [[vga_switcheroo]]
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* [[asus_switcheroo|asus_switcheroo]] -- a solution for Intel/Nvidia switching on ASUS and other laptops with a similar hardware mux -- by Alex Williamson
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* [[acpi_call]]
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* [[byo_switcheroo]] -- a solution to build your own handler (like acpi_call) to switch between cards with vga_switcheroo -- by Alex Williamson
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* [[prime]] (long-term solution)
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* [[vga_switcheroo]] -- the original GPU switching solution primarily for Intel/ATI notebooks -- by David Airlie
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* [[acpi_call]] -- allows you to switch off discrete graphics card to improve battery life -- by Michal Kottman
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* [[PRIME]] -- long-term Optimus solution in progress -- by David Airlie
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* [[hybrid-windump]] -- dump window using Nvidia onto Intel display --  by Florian Berger and Joakim Gebart
===Reports===
===Reports===
* [[ACPI_calls|ACPI calls for each brand and model]]
* [[ACPI_calls|ACPI calls for each brand and model]]
* [[Raw_DSDTs|Raw DSDTs]]
* [[Raw_DSDTs|Raw DSDTs]]
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* [[Machine-specific pages]]
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===External resources===
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* [https://launchpad.net/~hybrid-graphics-linux The hybrid-graphics-linux mailing list]
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* [http://nouveau.freedesktop.org/wiki/Optimus Optimus page on the nouveau wiki]

Latest revision as of 13:32, 12 March 2012

Contents

Hybrid graphics on Linux

This wiki is intend to be used as a common information database, to sum up all the informations and reports submitted on the mailing list.

The whole wiki is published under GNU Free Documentation Licence.

General

Softwares

  • Ironhide -- allows you to run specific programs on the discrete graphic card, inside of an X session using the integrated graphic card -- by Martin Juhl (abandoned)
  • Bumblebee -- allows you to run specific programs on the discrete graphic card, inside of an X session using the integrated graphic card. Works on Nvidia Optimus cards -- by Bumblebee Project
  • asus_switcheroo -- a solution for Intel/Nvidia switching on ASUS and other laptops with a similar hardware mux -- by Alex Williamson
  • byo_switcheroo -- a solution to build your own handler (like acpi_call) to switch between cards with vga_switcheroo -- by Alex Williamson
  • vga_switcheroo -- the original GPU switching solution primarily for Intel/ATI notebooks -- by David Airlie
  • acpi_call -- allows you to switch off discrete graphics card to improve battery life -- by Michal Kottman
  • PRIME -- long-term Optimus solution in progress -- by David Airlie
  • hybrid-windump -- dump window using Nvidia onto Intel display -- by Florian Berger and Joakim Gebart

Reports

External resources

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