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tunedomi 04-06-04 09:40 AM

5336 driver freezes USB ADSL connexion
 
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USB ADSL connexion OK - console mode - modem SAGEM F@st800/free.fr

when starting a X session with "nv" driver, the connexion lives
when starting with "nvidia", the connexion freezes : no more ping, no more DNS

YET A NVIDIA BUG !!!

Thanks for fixing ASAP... :bash:

crimsun 04-06-04 11:49 PM

Re: 5336 driver freezes USB ADSL connexion
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by tunedomi
USB ADSL connexion OK - console mode - modem SAGEM F@st800/free.fr

when starting a X session with "nv" driver, the connexion lives
when starting with "nvidia", the connexion freezes : no more ping, no more DNS

YET A NVIDIA BUG !!!

Thanks for fixing ASAP... :bash:

Which kernel are you using? If you're using vanilla Mdk10.0, the USB fixes that went into kernel 2.6.5 aren't present in 2.6.3-4mdk.

I'd readily blame this on USB, _not_ Nvidia.

tunedomi 04-07-04 03:30 PM

Re: 5336 driver freezes USB ADSL connexion
 
I'm using mdk 2.4.22-10 kernel shipped with mdk 9.2

do you think it is a kernel usb bug ?

A+

andyrock 04-07-04 06:32 PM

Re: 5336 driver freezes USB ADSL connexion
 
2.4.22-10 is buggy anyway, so you should upgrade it first, blame nvidia later.

Try version 2.4.22-28

Lets see if i remember:

urpmi.update -a
urpmi kernel kernel-source

;)

Mayrel 05-14-04 09:31 PM

Re: 5336 driver freezes USB ADSL connexion
 
I have the same problem, and the same modem.

I've tried it with 2.4.22, 2.4.24 and 2.6.3 and always get the same effect.

I do not get the effect if I use the non-accelerated 'nv' driver. But, obviously, that driver sucks.

My card is a GeForce 2 MX, driver version is 5336 (I've also tried two previous versions at random, both had the same problem). I'm running Gentoo right now (although I had the same problem with Red Hat and Slackware).


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