Actually in Deepin there are tools like your manager video drivers, who tackle this task in a practical and automated way. This is a solution based on a classic method that can be very useful under certain circumstances.
As a rule, a GNU / Linux system will install and boot with free video drivers. It may happen that you look for or require better features so you will need to use proprietary drivers to achieve them.
In this case we will talk about Bumblebee, the driver for the Intel / Nvidia combination that we find in some laptops.
sudo apt install mesa-utils
sudo apt install inxi
sudo apt install xserver-xorg-input-mouse
Download and install virtualgl-amd64.deb from sourceforge.net
sudo apt install nvidia-kernel-dkms nvidia-xconfig nvidia-settings nvidia-vdpau-driver vdpau-va-driver
sudo apt install bumblebee (Accept all)
sudo adduser " nombre de usuario" bumblebee (Without the quotes)
sudo service bumblebeed restart
Restart the system
TESTSIN THE TERMINAL
inxi -G xoptirun
sudo gedit nvidia-settings.desktop
Modificar la linea "Exec" por Exec=optirun nvidia-settings -c :8.0 and save.
CONFIGURE APPLICATIONS (THAT REQUIRE NVIDIA 3D ACCELERATION)
Search the app
.desktop and change the line "
sudo gedit blender.desktop
Change Exec=blender for Exec=optirun blender
GAMES SET UP STEAM
1- Open Steam
2- In Section "library", Point to the game we want to start with Nvidia 3d acceleration, right-click and point"Properties”
3- In the tab "General", push the button "Define launch parameters", And in the box fill in:
Ready, that's all.