This update allows accurate reporting of GPUs available in the Details Settings panel, including under Wayland and on dual-GPU systems (usually known as "Optimus" or "Hybrid Graphics").
Furthermore, it is now possible to launch specific applications on the discrete graphics card by right-clicking on the application in gnome-shell's overview.
sudo dnf upgrade --refresh --advisory=FEDORA-2016-a965aec32f
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|0||0||Test Case Gnome Classic mode|
|0||0||Test Case Gnome Initial Setup|
|0||0||Test Case Gnome Lock Screen|
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|0||1||Test Case Gnome Shell Activities|
|0||1||Test Case Gnome Shell Extensions|
|0||0||Test Case Gnome Web|
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|0||0||Test Case gnome-shell extensions tweak tool|
|0||0||Test Case gnome-shell overview search|
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This update has been submitted for testing by hadess.
hadess edited this update.
This update has been pushed to testing.
Hit #1387898 on a laptop equipped with only one GPU. No regressions found.
Works well (mono GPU with Wayland)
This update has been submitted for stable by bodhi.
This update has been pushed to stable.
Since this update, wayland sessions don't work anymore (gdm and "GNOME" session launch with Xorg, not with wayland).
Hardware: NVIDIA GTX 770 (in use, nouveau), Intel CPU (with iGPU disabled, not in use).