sudo apt purge '^.*nvidia*'
sudo apt install ubuntu-desktop
sudo apt purge "^.*cublas*"
sudo apt purge "^.*cuda*"
sudo mv /etc/X11/xorg.conf /etc/X11/xorg.conf.old
sudo apt autoremove
sudo reboot now
While rebooting, press F2 to get into BIOS, go to boot menu, disable Secure Boot, exit and save changes and continue and let then Ubuntu load completely.
The in a terminal you can:
sudo ubuntu-drivers devices
sudo ubuntu-drivers autoinstall
Now you can use external monitor display or do nvidia-smi
rebooting, press F2 to get into BIOS, go to boot menu, disable Secure
Boot, exit and save changes and continue and let then Ubuntu load
Do things like fingerprint readers work? I'd expect the network to be fine but the more esoteric devices could be problematic.
OK. Thanks for reporting back. Good luck with it.
You need to disable secure boot and enable the boot menu in order to boot into the Linux installer. Once you have Linux up and running you can select the Linux EFI boot file as trusted, then re-enable secure boot and either leave the boot menu enabled or disable it.
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