I have ubuntu 18 04 on a machine with 1080ti gpu for deep learning. I have install cuda 10 (including the driver with it) together with the corresponding cudnn and tensorflow. Once in a while, when I reboot, the system seems to loose the graphic card driver and the screen resolution reduces to the default value. Did anyone experience this before? Is there any insight or suggestion of solving this?
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