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Old 08-14-06, 03:59 PM   #10
winterlove
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Default Re: 8762 driver on SuSE10.1 and mplay utility from Sidefx Houdini

My attention was dragged onto this post because I have similar problems also with SL 10.1 on an ASUS A6JM Notebook (Geforce go 7600). However, it was dosbox that caused freezes right after startup (just after the window was created, and you can see a black window without contents - openGL is used to render on it) on a random basis.
From a remote ssh-login I could still examine what's going on though. dmesg shows
Code:
Aug 11 14:47:45 eliza kernel: NVRM: Xid (0001:00): 12, COCOD 00000000 01015c00 0000005c 00001900 02f2005c
Aug 11 14:48:41 eliza kernel: NVRM: Xid (0001:00): 28,  L1 -> L0
X process was at 100% and oprofile showed where it actually stuck:
Code:
CPU: CPU with timer interrupt, speed 0 MHz (estimated)
Profiling through timer interrupt
vma      samples  %        app name                 symbol name
000473bc 214722   48.7231  nvidia_drv.so            _nv000194X
000473bf 1        4.7e-04
000473c0 1096      0.5104
000473c1 1        4.7e-04
000473c7 2        9.3e-04
000473cf 1073      0.4997
000473de 212543   98.9852
000473e2 6         0.0028
The name is obviously of no use to me.
After reading this thread I thought the problems are related so I installed houdini and what I got was even worse. Right after opening a larger file in mplay it not only gets stuck for a few seconds, after that "something" is shown and after some window resizes parts of the picture are "scattered" over my desktop (and even remain there after closing mplay). Note that i wasn't even doing the "f"-key trick yet.
Even though my problem seems worse than the one of the thread starter I still think its the same problem. I mean it always has to do with creating/resizing of some window (which also remains true for my initial problem)

PS: I'm using driver 1.0-8762
I don't think it's neccessary to post the nvidia-bug-report.log
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