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Hal_Canary 06-02-11 01:31 PM

NVidia 3D Vision under Linux.
 
I'm trying to get NVidia 3D Vision working under Linux.

I've got a Red Hat Enterprise Linux (6.1) workstation with two Quadro 5000 cards and the nvidia driver version 270.41.19. The 3D Vision IR emitter is plugged in to both a video card and a USB port,and it glows dull green. I verified that the refresh rate on the monitor is set to 120 Hz. When I launch a stereo application (like glxgears -stereo), the monitor shows a double image, but the emitter doesn't become bright green and the shutter glasses don't respond.

Any ideas on how to troubleshoot this issue?

* * *

Here's what I've done to get this far:

Code:

## from my /etc/X11/xorg.conf file:
[...]
Section "Screen"
        [...]
        Option "Stereo" "10"
EndSection
[...]
Section "Device"
        [...]
        Option "FlatPanelProperties" "Scaling = Native"
EndSection
[...]
Section "Extensions"
        Option "Composite" "off"
EndSection

References:

stvnash 06-02-11 03:33 PM

Re: NVidia 3D Vision under Linux.
 
In the /var/log/Xorg.0.log file, are there any messages related to 3D vision being enbled OK?

What type of monitor are you using?

Can you try disabling the GPU scaling under nvidia-settings to get it running at 120Hz?

Licaon 06-03-11 10:20 AM

Re: NVidia 3D Vision under Linux.
 
can you read http://www.nvnews.net/vbulletin/showthread.php?t=46678 and generate a good report with the debug ( -logverbose 6 ) info as instructed after the issue appears ?

Hal_Canary 06-03-11 03:33 PM

Re: NVidia 3D Vision under Linux.
 
I have fixed the problem! It turned out that it was a bad wire. one of
the pins in the 3-pin stereo connector was bent. We swapped it out and
it worked perfectly.

Sorry for the bother!

stvnash 06-03-11 04:20 PM

Re: NVidia 3D Vision under Linux.
 
Do you mean a bad cable? Was the cable from Nvidia? I'd be interested to know the part number of the bad cable if you could post it.

Where did the good cable come from?


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