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Old 05-22-03, 05:56 AM   #37
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first things first:

stop hijacking my thread! damnit.

secondly: you sure go to panic mode quite easy!

thirdly: I don't know how to recompile kernels (and I probably never will) and you should not ask this here but somewhere else (for example: http://www.broadbandreports.com/ is a good idea, they have an 'All things Unix' forum.)

fourthly: try 'rmmod agpgart' and then 'lsmod', if it is there as a module you should see it. then try 'dmesg | grep agpgart', if it is not there, you don't have it, and then you won't have to recompile your kernel.

fifthly: set the damn 'Option "NvAGP" "0" '! and try that first!
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Old 05-22-03, 06:58 AM   #38
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I have tried (and is it in my first try to resolve this ****in problem )
-"NvAGP" "0" <- Blank screen
-"NvAGP" "1" <-Blank screen
-"NvAGP" "2" <-Blank screen

-Disable APIC function in BIOS <-Blank Screen

-add "pci=noacpi" to your lilo.conf append string (and don't forget to rerun lilo afterwards) <-Blank screen after reboot

-My vga Card as An IRQ Assignated at the start mobo i can see VGA card IRQ 11 <- But Blank screen

Iam lost far far away :'(

A Linux Murdered User, thanks for all your help , I really need it ...

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do you have AGPGART or not?
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Old 05-22-03, 10:50 AM   #40
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my mandrake is always with the driver bug.

I can see if I have agpgart after try to installing nvidia ?
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there are instructions above on how to find if you have agpgart! read and test. you don't have to install anything yet.
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Old 05-22-03, 11:12 AM   #42
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Well,

I have made the test:

In root in init 3 ( my /etc/inittab is set to 3 )
I Do

root@barbeuzlan:dmesg | grep agpgart
Nothing appear ....

I try :
root@barbeuzlan:modprobe agpgart
Nothing appear ....

I retry :
root@barbeuzlan:dmesg | grep agpgart
And ....
root@barbeuzlan: Linux agpgart interface v0.99c
root@barbeuzlan: Agpgart : Maximum main memory to use for agp : 440 M
root@barbeuzlan: Detected VIA Apollo Pro 266 KT266 chipset <- ( eu... i have a kt333 )
root@barbeuzlan: AGP apperture is 128M@0xe0000000


Thats all, I hope this help U.

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Old 05-22-03, 04:11 PM   #43
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Quote:
Originally posted by tsubasa
Well,
root@barbeuzlan:dmesg | grep agpgart
Nothing appear ....

I try :
root@barbeuzlan:modprobe agpgart
Nothing appear ....

I retry :
root@barbeuzlan:dmesg | grep agpgart
And ....
root@barbeuzlan: Linux agpgart interface v0.99c
root@barbeuzlan: Agpgart : Maximum main memory to use for agp : 440 M
root@barbeuzlan: Detected VIA Apollo Pro 266 KT266 chipset <- ( eu... i have a kt333 )
root@barbeuzlan: AGP apperture is 128M@0xe0000000
This means that you have AGP-support compiled in as a module. That's good. Disabling kernel support for AGP means that you simply delete the module. How?

1. execute "cd /lib/modules/`uname -r`/kernel/drivers" which should take you to the directory where all drivers of your running kernel are stored.

2. look for a directory named agp there and delete it

3. enter the info about the nvidia into /etc/modules.conf I've already written about

4. run "depmod -a"

5. make sure to set NvAGP to "1" (in the /etc/X11/XF86Config). This means that only nvidias AGPdriver will be used and loading the kernel-driver will not be attempted.

Once this is done you can play around with the different append strings, perhaps it will help.
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thanks man i will try it but
can you give to me where you explain that ?

3. enter the info about the nvidia into /etc/modules.conf I've already written about

Thanks again i will try tonight
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Hello ,

I have delete the agpgart in modules drivers.

I also add the alias char in /etc/modules.conf

But always the same blank screen

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