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Mon Aug 16 17:02:58 PDT 2004
On 16/08/2004 19:22, Mark Murray wrote:
> Jason Andresen writes:
> > Mark Murray wrote:
> > >Jason Andresen writes:
> > >
> > >>>Make sure you compile in the 'io' and 'mem' devices.
> > >>>
> > >>Oh, I was loading them as modules. That's probably it.
> > >>
> > >
> > >That's crazy. Loading as modules or building them in would have
> > >had the same result here. Did you cvsup between builds or anything?
> > >
> > Nope. Was the fact that I was loading them as modules fairly late in
> > the boot cycle (right before the Nvidia driver module was loaded)
> > instead of in the boot loader itself perhaps the problem?
> If it is, its a bug. Loading is loading.
> Can you please try this really pedantically and report back?
I had exactly the same problem with nvidia driver compiled from ports
with default options except -DWITHOUT_LINUX.
kldload io (needed by xorg)
kldload nvidia -> failed (mem_range_attr_set undefined)
I had to compile 'device mem' into kernel
note 1: I did not try loading mem at the boot loader stage
note 2: I did not try the new release of nvidia driver
Hope this helps ...
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