BETA5: nvidia-driver starts crashing

Daniel O'Connor doconnor at gsoft.com.au
Wed Sep 21 04:32:36 PDT 2005


On Wednesday 21 September 2005 20:35, Sean wrote:
> I was trying the nivdia drivers on 7.0 current and having all sort of
> problems as well, including panics.
> One thing I did find was to disable acpi and things ran much more
> smooth, no more panics, but occasionally still had other display
> problems, and every so often trying to start X stated the nvidia drivers
> could not be found.
>
> Moved back to the nv drivers and all is fine again.

They work fine here..
I hope you rebuilt it with your kernel..

I have some patches that allow ports to install source to be rebuilt a kernel 
build that need wider testing BTW :)

I use it for the nvidia, uppc and dell kmods.

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