X11 with nvidia --> panic
Raphael H. Becker
Raphael.Becker at gmx.de
Mon Feb 23 14:15:38 PST 2004
On Mon, Feb 23, 2004 at 12:07:53AM +0100, Karel J. Bosschaart wrote:
> On Sun, Feb 22, 2004 at 03:21:45PM +0100, Raphael H. Becker wrote:
> > X11 starts but the console does not switch to graphics mode, it "hangs"
> > at the startup messages. As you can see in the dmesg-File (2 reboots!)
> > the end of the 2nd session ends with a kernel panic I didn't see on the
> > console.
> There are quite some ways to use the nvidia driver. Difficult to
> say which one is suited for you, you have to try different things
> and keep the one that does not crash the machine :-/.
> if you built the nvidia driver with default options (nvidia agp),
> comment out agp in your kernel config and comment the agp entry in
> loader.conf (although it might work when both agp's are loaded).
That helped. Thanks!
The only thing that works is to completely disable all AGB relevant
things, modules and kernel options and rebuild the x11/nvidia-driver
without any AGP-options. Maybe ther's a conflict with SMP/HTT ?
You may find some additional infos unter
The files located under http://rhb.uugrn.org/temp/X11-nvidia/ are the
same like before it worked.
Raphael Becker http://rhb.uugrn.org/
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