x11/nvidia-driver: crash with FreeBSD 9.0-STABLE/amd64 when
module loaded via /boot/loader.conf
Denise H. G.
tamgya at gmail.com
Thu Jan 5 19:30:09 UTC 2012
On 2012/01/03 at 18:15, "O. Hartmann" <ohartman at mail.zedat.fu-berlin.de> wrote:
> On one of my FreeBSD 9.0 boxes running FreeBSD 9.0-STABLE/amd64 (CLANG
> built), equipted with a nVidia GT760Ti graphics board, loading the
> nvidia module via /boot/loader.conf results in a page fault with random
> error messages before rebooting.
> Booting the box without the nvidia.ko module loaded in he preboot phase,
> results in a stable system. I can then load the module via kldload and
> the system jumps then into X11-screen as usual.
> I recompile x11/nvidia-driver on a regular basis when recompiling the
> kernel, so the module is always up to date and en par with the kernel
> The problem occurs idendependently of having kernel module drm.ko loaded
> or not. I also tried falling back to the older nvidia driver 285.05.09
> (I use at the moment successfully 290.10).
> Before issuing a PR and doing a full debug reconfiguration of my box,
> I'd like to ask whether this is a commong, well known problem since with
> FreeBSD 9.0, I'd like to stay with STABLE rather than with RELEASE.
No. But build your x11/nvidia-driver with no more than -O. Better with
gcc (clang may be OK, but I'm not sure). Furthermore, if you use
x11/nvidia-driver, you have no need to load drm.ko, which is for, e.g.
It is impossible for an optimist to be pleasantly
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