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Old 02-17-06, 04:47 AM   #7
walkingshadow
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Default Re: Very poor Performance

I compiled agp statically into the kernel

dmesg says:
agp0: <Intel 82865 host to AGP bridge> mem 0xf8000000-0xfbffffff at device 0.0 on pci0
(...)
NVRM: detected agp.ko, aborting NVIDIA AGP setup!

kldstat -v says:
173 pci/agp_ali
174 pci/agp_amd
175 pci/agp_amd64
176 pci/agp_ati
177 pci/agp_i810
178 pci/agp_intel
179 pci/agp_nvidia
180 pci/agp_sis
181 pci/agp_via

I tried to load the nvidia agp module but didn't succeed. I tried to disable freebsd agp in device.hints, set agp_load="yes" in loader.conf and set NvAGP to 1 in xorg.conf but it always said "detected agp.ko, aborting NVIDIA AGP setup!"
Anyway, my chipset is not listed as supported by the nvidia agp in the documentation.
When I compiled the driver I told it to use the FreeBSD AGP GART driver.

You can find the output of dmesg and kldstat -v here:
http://webplaza.pt.lu/mpjjjjsj/files/dmesg.txt
http://webplaza.pt.lu/mpjjjjsj/files/kldstat.txt

Thanks for your interest in my problem!
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