It's odd that the Eee 1015pn is supposed to work fine with Ion 2-
I kinda thought the 1015pn and 1215n had the same chipset.
If you have already installed the proprietary drivers, from CLI purge all the packages nvidia-* and remove /etc/X11/xorg.conf then reboot.
Asus eeePC 1215B
do you have the option in your BIOS of disabling the Optimus switching?
Sorry for late. No, I cant find it. My Bios versions is 0503 and seems the only available for eeePC 1215N right now.
Asus eeePC 1215B
i had the same problem with my Asus eee pc 1215N, and for uninstalling nvidia i typed
then i reboot, and every things goes back OK, but this is not the solution!, what's wrong with nvidia optimus in 1215N??Code:sudo apt-get remove nvidia-settings sudo apt-get remove nvidia-current
Sorry for the late response. I just noticed that in this thread http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.p...3#post10252703
someone noticed that NVidia has released a new set of 32-bit Linux drivers, that supposedly support Ion. Worth a shot?
Same problem here with Asus Eee 1215N. This one has BIOS 0605, Maverick 10.10 and kernel 2.6.35-25, all updated to today.
In recovering I searched via aptitude and found the package nvidia-current-modaliases also was installed, however it has a dependency in nvidia-common so I let it be:
I wonder if 11.04 will fix all of this: I'm not particularly interested in trying to install the 2.6.36 kernel until Natty is ready.Code:> sudo aptitude purge nvidia-settings nvidia-current > sudo mv /etc/X11/xorg.conf /etc/X11/xorg.conf.nvidia
I took this system on the road for 2 weeks around Europe and the U.S., used it in several locations for presentations, ran wireless everywhere, wrote on airplanes, etc. Had to use my USB ethernet adapter as the built-in is useless with the current version. The battery life was a little short but really no additional problems other than in one place they wanted to use HDMI and we had to scramble for a VGA connector instead. There I coulda made use of the nvidia...