Re: nvidia & suspend2
agp support is most likely being built as a module?
something like that as the nvidia driver uses its one
regardless, i believe this is a known issue with the
new driver. i encourage you to flame the nvidia support
forums as they can actually get in and fix things
(being proprietry after all)
it sucks! but its what we have, and ati's offerings arent
Hugh Waite wrote:
Thanks, though I'm fine with the nvidia drivers. My problem is that they
do not integrate seamlessly with suspend2/hibernate, at least not
without some code modifications. I'm trying to copy a method of removing
AGP support from the kernel so that the nvidia module can be suspended
but menuconfig won't let me unselect that option.
(I should probably try to include less narrative in my posts to be
clearer :) Sorry)
I have a desktop with athlon64 and nvidia 6600 gpu, and I installed
the new nvidia driver 8174 without any problems using standard debian
kernel images (2.6.8-11-amd64-k8 and 2.6.12-1-amd64-k8).
Kind regards, Clemens
On Sunday 11 December 2005 18:13, Hugh Waite wrote:
During an upgrade today I saw that the next version of the nvidia
drivers has been released. I'm also trying to get suspend2/hibernate
working. As there are issues with suspend2 and nvidia, I think I will
postpone upgrading until I know there is a working method with 8174-1.
My question is whether anyone has got this working (with 7676 or 8174)
Laptop - Compaq Presario R3000 with GeForce4 420 Go - 2.6.14 kernel
I read that AGP support needs to be disabled but "make menuconfig" will
not let me uncheck it and I don't understand the dependancies, something
to do with AGP_AMD64 I am guessing
TIA for any help or pointers,