Fedora 25 Is Vetting Their Switchable Graphics Support This Week
Written by Michael Larabel in Fedora on 1 November 2016 at 07:00 AM EDT. 10 Comments
For those with a NVIDIA Optimus laptop or other dual-GPU system, Fedora QA has organized a test day this week for testing the switchable graphics support for Fedora 25 that will be shipping later this month.

Adam Williamson has announced that Thursday, 3 November, will serve as the Fedora 25 Switchable Graphics Test Day. This day of testing has been organized since there have been various switchable graphics improvements made during the F25 cycle. Additionally, with Fedora 25 using Wayland by default, any additional testing is always a plus.

Those wishing to test their Optimus/dual-GPU systems with a Fedora 25 Live DVD this week, see the test day details for more information.
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