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Hiko 11-30-05 11:32 AM

After Yum update X no longer works
 
Aloha,
I did a Yum Update last night and it updated the kernel. Prior to rebooting I followed the instructions on fedorafaq.org concerning when you update the kernel you have to update the kernel module. I rebooted and now X won't start. So, I edited the inittab and set it up to boot to runlevel 3. Also, X forze but I could do ctrl-alt-F1 and log in there. That is how I changed the inittab. After that I setenforce 0 and changed the xorg.conf to "nv" vice "nvidia". As root, logged into X fine. Exited back to the terminal and tried it as normal user and I see the mouse come up and then it all crashes. Is anyone aware of any issues with the latest kernel and the nvidia driver? I am at work right now but will be working on it when I get home later.
Mahalo,
Edward

netllama 11-30-05 11:36 AM

Re: After Yum update X no longer works
 
I'm not aware of any issues with the latest FC4 kernel and the nvidia driver (it works fine here).

Please generate and post an nvidia-bug-report.log.

Thanks,
Lonni

evilghost 11-30-05 11:36 AM

Re: After Yum update X no longer works
 
Did you reinstall/recompile the Nvidia driver after performing the kernel update?

Hiko 11-30-05 04:26 PM

Re: After Yum update X no longer works
 
Aloha,
Ok I tried to reinstall. I logged in as root, did a
setenforce 0. This is after I put the noapic and acpi=off
in my grub.cong and changed the default runlevel to 3 in the
inittab and rebooted. Did the sh NVIDIA-Linux... and it
installed and compiled a custom kernel module. After that I
verified that load "glx" and driver "nvidia" were in the
xorg.conf. Did startx as root. The HDD did some work and
then my monitor goes into power saving mode. Green light goes
to a blinking yellow light. Did CTRL-ALT-F1 and then Ctrl-C
to kill x and did nvidia-bug-report.sh and attached.

netllama 11-30-05 04:31 PM

Re: After Yum update X no longer works
 
There's nothing attached to your post. Please provide a bug report.

Thanks,
Lonni

Hiko 11-30-05 04:31 PM

Re: After Yum update X no longer works
 
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Aloha,
Ok I tried to reinstall. I logged in as root, did a
setenforce 0. This is after I put the noapic and acpi=off
in my grub.cong and changed the default runlevel to 3 in the
inittab and rebooted. Did the sh NVIDIA-Linux... and it
installed and compiled a custom kernel module. After that I
verified that load "glx" and driver "nvidia" were in the
xorg.conf. Did startx as root. The HDD did some work and
then my monitor goes into power saving mode. Green light goes
to a blinking yellow light. Did CTRL-ALT-F1 and then Ctrl-C
to kill x and did nvidia-bug-report.sh and attached.

Hiko 11-30-05 05:04 PM

Re: After Yum update X no longer works
 
Aloha,
Ok had to get into Windows. Working at the prompt in Linux is hard. The log file is 114kb and it says is too large to be attached. Any suggestions?
Mahalo,
Edward

netllama 11-30-05 06:12 PM

Re: After Yum update X no longer works
 
Compress the log with gzip and it should be small enough.

Thanks,
Lonni

Hiko 12-03-05 02:07 PM

Re: After Yum update X no longer works
 
Lonni,
I am having trouble with it all still but I am back in X now. Here is what I got to do. I changed the inittab and boot to runlevel 3. After that I login as normal user and then go su - and setenforce 0 then exit. I then sudo vi the xorg.conf and manually changet he "nvidia" to "nv" save and exit. Note that on next reboot it changes it back to "nvidia". I did the uninstall with selinux off and this is where I am at now. After I mod the xorg.conf, I do a sudo gdm and gdm launches. I then can log in as a normal user and work. I also noted that Load = "glx" comes back after every boot but X is not enhanced as I use the "nv" driver. Ok, first question. How do I get rid of all the nVidia stuff and go back to normal? After that I am gonna try a reinstall. I will still use the 7676 driver? I am using kernel 2.6.14-1.1644_FC4, anyone issues with it?
Mahalo for your time,
Edward

Hiko 12-06-05 11:47 PM

Re: After Yum update X no longer works
 
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Lonni,
I took a second HDD and formatted and reloaded Fedora Core 4 using the same schema as last time I did it. After that I ran yum update to make sure everything was up to date. Set runlevel to 3 and rebooted. Backed up inittab, grub.conf and xorg.conf. Logged in as root and ran the installer version 8174. It did it's thing and built a kernel module. After that I did startx -- -verbose 5 -logverbose 5 and it failed. Please note I did not include SeLinux this time as I disabled it at install time. I also changed the grub.conf to have the noapic and apci=off prior to all this. Please find attached a .zip that has the xorg.conf generated by the installer and the Xorg.0.log from that attempt to startx and the nvidia-bur-report.log.
Mahalo,
Edward

netllama 12-07-05 10:09 AM

Re: After Yum update X no longer works
 
I see your problem. The EDID in your display is badly broken:
(--) NVIDIA(0): Valid HSync Range : 1442kHz - 80kHz
(--) NVIDIA(0): Valid VRefresh Range : 640Hz - 120Hz

and as a result, you're getting:
Mode pool is empty

What kind of a display are you using?

You should be able to work around this by adding the IgnoreEDID X option.

Thanks,
Lonni

Hiko 12-07-05 06:24 PM

Re: After Yum update X no longer works
 
Lonni,
I am using a Viewsonic PF790 19" Flat Screen Monitor. How would I go about setting the ignoreEDID X option and where? Does this mean my Monitor is going bad or the video card is bad?
Mahalo,
Edward


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