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Old 06-26-03, 04:46 PM   #1
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Default 3-D Applications do not detect 440SE

Hi All
I am fairly new to Linux. I am running SUSE 8.1 Professional with a GeForce MX 440SE card. I have downloaded the RPMs from the NVIDIA site and followed the instructions for loading them, and modifying the XF86Config file.
The X-server starts up with the NVIDIA Logo in the background and runs fine in 2-D. Descent runs smoothly.
But games like FlightGear give message: "3D Hardware Support not Available: No 3D graphics card available or 3-D support not configured yet".
I have tried to set up 3-D support in SAX2, but get message "3D Acceleration Impossible: the installed card cannot use hardware3D/OpenGL acceleration"
Please, any suggestions???

RPMs used:
Video BIOS:

CPU: 600MHz P3
Motherboard: Epox 3VCM+

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Old 06-26-03, 04:51 PM   #2
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Default XF86.log Attached

Here is my XF86.log file. It was dropped as this system only seems to accept one file at a time (*^#%!).
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