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Old 03-08-07, 08:03 PM   #12
orehon
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Default Re: nvidia go6150 what about driver for ubuntu??

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Originally Posted by davide IT
Ok boys I did it.

1. XGL doesn't understand that 3D support is activated (with official nvidia drivers)

BUT

2. if you modify the DISPLAYMANAGER_XSERVER variable changing it (for me, from Xorg) to Xgl, rebooting the system (only CTRL+ALT+DEL doesn't work, you know..), you'll finally get your windows moving.

Achtung. On my distro, opensuse 10.2, you can do it with yast-system-sysconfig editor-display-ecc...
Achtung2. my XGL controller always want you disable xgl..simply ignore it..

Thanks everybody...
now I try to use my earphones with
00:10.1 Audio device: nVidia Corporation MCP51 High Definition Audio (rev a2)
which doesn't seems to be supported...
You can find here! http://xopen.dyndns.org/
The alsa-drivers alsa-lib and alsa-utils and one patch to turn on your headphones!


But my main problem is that i have one HP DV 2120us...

I am using Mandriva 2007 32 Bits
Kernel version: 2.6.17-5mdv
nVidia driver: 1.0-9755

... with the default nvidia driver (the Mandriva install default driver) i have workin only the X + XGL (compiz) but the text mode is not working, i cant read nothing there the screen has a lot of lines.

Then i just updated the nVidia driver... downloaded from www.nvidia.com.
The installation was completed without errors...
I can use the nvidia module as well in my xorg.conf...

Now i have the X and the Text Mode working without problem... but when I turn on my XGL i got black cube and whites windows... =(

The xgl can not render the texture i think...

So what should I do?

Is it a XGL problem?


Thanks
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