Primus is probably still better solution, I wouldn't get my hopes too high for 'windows like' optimus support anytime soon (this year or even next year).
if it is, i found out that when using .deb messes up (its all ugly) if i install it with the .sh manualy, it dosent mess up...
maybe they are packaging it wrong? i would really like this to be fixed since it looks awefull.
On my case wine works normally with this driver
Just installed this driver. I used the 'sh' way. I bought a recent generation card (gtx 750) so I already had older Nvidia (legacy) drivers installed so the process was complicated (imho). I had to decide whether to take the latest driver version from the repo - use a driver from a later distro version (for e.g. Debian stable vs sid or Ubuntu 14.04 vs ?). I had the silly idea of upgrading my kernel so I did that first. It seems that there is some uncertainty of whether certain video drivers play nice with particular kernel versions?
Anyway, is there anything to test? I find that I have flickering when I use Google - Apps - (the icon or square). The right-hand side of the drop-down box flickers when you first click it.