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Question DRM kernel mode setting (nVidia)

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I tried POP! _OS (19.10) in live mode. And this is the first time of all the Linux systems that I tried when the DRM kernel mode setting was working. I always got a blank (black or purple) screen. What is the secret of POP! _OS? I would still like to try to make this option work on Ubuntu 19.10.
 

derpOmattic

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Pop!_OS uses Kernel stub and systemd boot instead of Grub. Although Pop and Ubuntu share some packages and a heritage with Debian, they are very different in many ways.
 

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