nvidia-driver ACPI APIC xorg SMP

Sahil R Cooner cooner at cs.fsu.edu
Fri Jun 25 19:37:35 PDT 2004

As far as your ACPI, does your kernel panic if you have ACPI on bootup 
?? because mine does and then goes to a simple command line where I have 
to type "reset" to reboot the machine, then when I run it with ACPI 
disabled it lets me boot everything up fine

David Gurvich wrote:

> Cannot seem to use nvidia-driver with xorg.  Errors are 2.
> 1)"NVRM: failed to copy vbios to system memory"
> 2)"nvidia0: rm_init_adapter() failed"
> The nv driver works with no problem, and the nvidia-driver works with 
> XFree86.
> FreeBSD 5.2.1 20040222 with cvsup ports tree.  A7N266-VM motherboard, 
> nforce1 chipset, realtek 8201 lan.
> Enabling SMP in kernel forces disabling of ACPI.  Removing both SMP 
> and APIC from kernel allows enabling of ACPI.
> Having SMP in kernel and disabling APIC doesn't work.  Later 
> snapshots, i.e. 20040524, I have been unable to gain stable state.
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