nForce Board lockups - Was:2.6 and nvidia
I have an nForce board and it seems a bit unstable. It was REALLY bad
at first, but I turned in the memory for new and now it only locks up
occasionally, but I have not found any tips on making it work with
Debian and the 2.6 kernel. Where did you find your pointers, and how
well is it working now?
From: Daniel Asarnow [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Tuesday, May 11, 2004 3:39 AM
To: Debian Users
Subject: Re: 2.6 and nvidia
Installing the current nvidia gfx drivers in 2.6 is
actually real simple. You can download their
self-installer from nvidia.com's driver section and
run it with the sh. It Just Worked for me (well, it
worked after I found some good workarounds for all
the lockups my nForce mobo caused). You may have to
tell XF86-Config to use the 'nvidia' module, though.
I do not believe there are any specifics in the
kernel config to...specify. You'll probably want to
turn on VESA 16-bit support, though.
> --- hanasaki <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > My nvidia is due in the mail soon. The nvidia
> > packages from apt-cache
> > search seem to depend on the 2.4 kernels. Could
> > walk me through the
> > steps to get get the nvidia drivers
> > on kernel 2.6.x? I
> > have built the kernel with make-kpkg. Also, Any
> > specific options to
> > choose/not choose in the kernel .config?
> > thanks
> > Were there any package conflicts?
> > I had an ati card and after using alien to convert
> > their .rpm to a .deb
> > it installed fine but created mesa depend
> > Wondering if the
> > same happens on nvidia?
> > Kevin Mark wrote:
> > > On Mon, May 10, 2004 at 12:46:38AM -0400, Emma
> > Jane Hogbin wrote:
> > >
> > >>As a warning ... I was getting ready to upgrade
> > kernel to 2.6. I
> > >>downloaded the new nvidia package. I was
> > instructions from
> > >>/usr/share/doc without really thinking and did a
> > "make" on the modules
> > >>package. Within seconds I got dumped out of X
> > have been unable to
> > >>start it ever since. The error messages I'm
> > getting have to do with the
> > >>module versions not matching the kernel
> > >>
> > >>I have no idea how to get X back under my old
> > kernel, and the new one
> > >>isn't ready to be used yet (basically nothing's
> > working yet).
> > >>
> > >>So as a warning....do NOT mess around with the
> > latest nvidia packages
> > >>until you know for sure that the rest of the 2.6
> > kernel is going to work. :(
> > >>
> > >>emma
> > >>
> > >>--
> > >>Emma Jane Hogbin
> > >
> > > Hi Emma,
> > > are you referring to 'make'ing X or the kernel?
> > > couldnt you just reinstall what was overriten?
> > > or remove the X packages and install them?
> > > -Kev
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