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Old 11-09-02, 01:14 PM   #6
lewiz
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Default Random crashes/hangs (533 Celery / GeForce2 MX)

Hi,

I sent this to be bugs address. I'm adding a few more details I think I forgot.

533MHz Celeron Mendocino and I'm using the nVidia AGP support (not native FreeBSD). I thinks that's all I can provide without further prompting.

I'm running FreeBSD 4.7-STABLE (built from CVS 8 Nov 02). I
downloaded the nVidia FreeBSD driver (1.0-3203) and compiled/installed
as explained. After modifying my XFree86 setup file (as explained) and
restarting I have a machine that hangs or resets itself.

Here is the information I can think you might need:

% dmesg | grep nvidia ; dmesg | grep agp
Preloaded elf module "nvidia.ko" at 0xc053609c.
nvidia0: <GeForce2 MX/MX 400> mem 0xd8000000-0xdfffffff,0xd2000000-0xd2ffff=
ff irq 11 at device 0.0 on pci1
agp0: <VIA 82C691 (Apollo Pro) host to PCI bridge> mem 0xe0000000-0xe7fffff=
f at device 0.0 on pci0

% sysctl -a hw.nvidia
hw.nvidia.agp.card.rates: 4x 2x 1x=20
hw.nvidia.agp.card.fw: supported
hw.nvidia.agp.card.sba: not supported
hw.nvidia.agp.card.registers: 0x1f000017:0x00000000
hw.nvidia.agp.status.status: disabled
hw.nvidia.agp.status.driver: n/a
hw.nvidia.agp.status.rate: n/a
hw.nvidia.agp.status.fw: n/a
hw.nvidia.agp.status.sba: n/a
hw.nvidia.version: NVIDIA FreeBSD x86 nvidia.ko Kernel Module 1.0-3203 We=
d Oct 30 06:06:58 PST 2002
hw.nvidia.registry.EnableAGPSBA: 0
hw.nvidia.registry.EnableAGPFW: 0
hw.nvidia.registry.SoftEDIDs: 1
hw.nvidia.registry.Mobile: 4294967295
hw.nvidia.cards.0.model: GeForce2 MX/MX 400
hw.nvidia.cards.0.irq: 11
hw.nvidia.cards.0.vbios: ??.??.??.??.??
hw.nvidia.cards.0.type: AGP

I have physically (in the BIOS) set AGP to 2x so 4x should not be
allowed (although I don't know why hw.nvidia.agp.card.rates includes
4x). I managed to run twm as root and play about a bit but upon closing
the machine locked up. Also, if I run as a regular used as xmms loads
the machine locks up as the playlist is about to display. Further
testing as root caused the machine to spontaneously reboot another time.
I can provide any details you require concerning this but a quick
explanation (or details of where to look) for an idea of how to do it
would be helpful.

Thanks very much and congrats. for getting so far!

-lewiz.
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