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tbyte 06-01-06 09:53 AM

problems with 1.0-8762, GF6200 and GF6800GT
 
I got GF6200 (AGP agp.ko is loaded) at office and GF6800GT (PCI-E) at home and everything worked fine with driver 1.0-8178. But when I upgraded to 1.0-8762 the computer with GF6200 instantly reboots after closing any aplication that uses OpenGL (e.g screensavers or glxgears) and the computer with GF6800GT would not allow me to set 1280x1024 at 100Hz refresh rate (it worked with 8178).

Harvey Pooka 06-01-06 11:32 AM

Re: problems with 1.0-8762, GF6200 and GF6800GT
 
Post your xorg.conf and the changes you made to loader.conf and device.hints. I had a similar problem, but I forgot what change I made to fix it. Also, make sure not to load the acpi_video driver. It grabs the video card before the nvidia driver can.

tbyte 06-01-06 03:49 PM

Re: problems with 1.0-8762, GF6200 and GF6800GT
 
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Here are xorg.confs and kldstats from the two machines.

Harvey Pooka 06-01-06 05:30 PM

Re: problems with 1.0-8762, GF6200 and GF6800GT
 
6200: Did you compile the nvidia-driver port with support for FreeBSD AGP? Also, is that LoadKernelModule option needed for your system?

6800GT: Check what xorg.log has in it for EDID. The nvidia driver may be picking its own refresh and sync values. I used to have the IgnoreEDID option in my xorg.conf, but it is now ignored. Search the README file for UseEdidFreqs to see if that helps.

tbyte 06-04-06 07:39 AM

Re: problems with 1.0-8762, GF6200 and GF6800GT
 
GF6200: Yes it is with support for FreeBSD AGP and the driver is loaded from loader.conf (and agp.ko as dependancie)

GF6800GT:

Xorg.0.log:(WW) NVIDIA(0): Unable to get display device CRT-1's EDID; cannot compute DPI
Xorg.0.log:(WW) NVIDIA(0): from EDID.
Xorg.0.log-(==) NVIDIA(0): DPI set to (75, 75); computed from built-in default

I wander how does this worked with old driver ... monitor is DELL Trinitron P1130 (21").

Harvey Pooka 06-05-06 11:22 AM

Re: problems with 1.0-8762, GF6200 and GF6800GT
 
GF6200: I think that may have been my problem. I had tried using the FreeBSD AGP driver for both my laptop and desktop. While the desktop handled it better, I think I had stability problems with both. The desktop would eventually lock up while the laptop would panic right after glxinfo finished. Try using the Nvidia AGP driver.

GF6800GT: I think Nvidia changed the way the EDID code (and other stuff around DPMS) worked. For me, DPMS no longer works on my desktop. The screen blanks but the backlight of my LCD is still on. I have to turn the monitor off, move the mouse or hit a key and turn the monitor on before I can see anything again; it gets locked into that state.

I read (and hopefully interpreted correctly) that the acpi_video driver in FreeBSD should be better behaved in 7 (http://groups.google.com/group/fa.fr...1ddd0f1103d8dc) since it will no longer be an all or nothing lock on the device as it is now. Currently, only acpi_video or Nvidia may grab the device.

tbyte 06-22-06 06:15 PM

Re: problems with 1.0-8762, GF6200 and GF6800GT
 
Thanks for Your help but I got pissed by 8762 and went back to 8178 and everythink is fine now ... I hope nVidia test thist crap next time they make a release. I can swalow the crash in low end 6200 but having problems with 6800GT ...
Thanks again for your help - I learned some neat things from you :)


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