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Old 02-11-2021, 05:14 PM   #1
Haruzept
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Default Ubuntu 20.0.4.1 with Kernel 5.6 and Nvidia doesn't start

Hello,

after updating my OS from 20.04 to 20.04.1 with Kernel 5.6 my monitor is not recognized from the OS anymore. So I removed the displaylink driver and installed the new one from the website. They was the same, but ok. After a reboot, I got the message in the attachment.
I could remove the displaylink driver and start the OS, but the port-replicator doesn't work anymore with a monitor. I tried to install the older nvidia driver (450) instead of 460. But there is no effect. Still the same error as in the attachment.

I guess its a compatibility problem with Ubuntu 20.04.1 with Kernel 5.6 and the latest displaylink driver for this OS.

Thanks

Edit: I guess the attachment is corrupted, so here is the error message

Quote:
[ 43.265] (WW) NVIDIA: Failed to bind sideband socket to
[ 43.265] (WW) NVIDIA: '/var/run/nvidia-xdriver-41275528' Permission denied
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File Type: zip Xorg.0.log.zip (5.9 KB, 0 views)

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