Re: rt kernel and nouveau
Wow, thanks a lot guys!
right now, I have two xorg.conf files, backed up like
the 'nv' one is my old configuration and I use it every time I'm working/playing/watching a film...
in the other one I removed all references to a second monitor and replaced
driver "nvidia" with
left everything else untouched.
result is: now I just have to switch one file and select the proper kernel on grub
another quick Q, Is it safe to copy/paste the complete kernel entries on grub to alter the order they appear?
alternatively, how do you go about changing the default selection on grub2?
I used to know that, but those where grub(1) times :)
On Thu, Mar 22, 2012 at 9:28 AM, Sven Joachim <email@example.com>
On 2012-03-22 12:59 +0100, Jon Dowland wrote:Unless nouveau is blacklisted as well, which is the case if the
> On Wed, Mar 21, 2012 at 11:39:51PM -0700, daniel jimenez wrote:
>> Hello everyone,
>> I'm trying to get an rt kernel working in debian testing on an amd64 laptop
>> with nvidia graphics.
>> Ideally I'd have nouveau set up to start when I select (in grub) the rt
>> kernel and the nvidia drivers when choosing the regular kernel. Problem is,
>> I don't know how to do that...
>> Any help appreciated.
> You can prevent the loading of a module on the kernel command line, so e.g.
> kernel /foo.rt nvidia.blacklist=yes
> Will prevent the nvidia kernel module from loading. This will hopefully
> mean the nouveau one will win the race,
nvidia-kernel-common package is installed. I would prefer not to
blacklist anything and boot the non-rt kernel with the 'nomodeset'
Not true, nvidia is never autoloaded, so you need at least a 4-line
> and X will use whatever driver corresponds to what the kernel has
xorg.conf. And it is also necessary to switch the providers of
/usr/lib/xorg/modules/extensions/libglx.so, otherwise OpenGL programs
will not run.
All doable with a custom initscript, but quite some hassle.
I ended up locally diverting /usr/sbin/update-grub (replacing it with a
> Getting grub2 to use a different command-line option for each entry left
> as an exercise for the reader.
symlink to /bin/true) and managing /boot/grub/grub.cfg by hand.
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