I gotcha. I have the same issue with my System76 laptop. I think the System76 guys worked it out, at least for their newer laptops, but I couldn't make it fly on my first-gen Oryx Pro.AR795 wrote: ↑Thu Oct 25, 2018 12:16 pmThe problem I faced was that my laptop has dual graphic cards (Nvidia + Intel) and it uses automatic graphics switching on Windows but on Fedora, I wasn't able to achieve the same level of functionality. Open source drivers had issues with some applications and proprietary drivers locked me into one of the two cards. So for convenience I switched back to Windows.
There is a way to switch between the GPU's, though - it involves using NVidia Prime. If you ever feel like you want to give it another shot, the easiest tutorial I found on the topic is here:
https://www.linuxbabe.com/desktop-linux ... ard-ubuntu
I think, moving forward, AMD will rule the roost in graphics for Linux. They've opened up their graphics stack and the open source driver appears to perform better than the proprietary one, now. I know in the future, I'll likely be moving to AMD chipsets because they, at least, seem to get it.