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Old 04-16-04, 01:05 AM   #1
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Question AMD64 3000+ w/ 32 bit nvidia drivers

Has anyone here got the above CPU working on whatever chipset/kernel with the 32 bit drivers? If so can you please reply with the specs of the system (kernel, config, mainboard, video card etc...)

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Old 04-16-04, 01:14 AM   #2
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Default Re: AMD64 3000+ w/ 32 bit nvidia drivers

compaq r3000z,

fedora core1 amd64 and knoppix 32 both works perfectly with 15.4' widescreen.
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Old 04-16-04, 03:23 AM   #3
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Default Re: AMD64 3000+ w/ 32 bit nvidia drivers

I use the 3400+ not the 3000+ but I am sure there is no real difference for setting up a vid card on these cpu's.

I have used 2.4.21-2.4.23 then jumped to 2.6-test6 - 2.6.5 (2.6.5 is my current kernel. None of these kernels I have tried ever gave me any problems.

I have used the Chaintech ZNF-150 but have recently replaced it with the FIC AN50R mobo. Both mobos I never had a problem with in linux.

I have used the 46.20 and newer drivers with all these kernels and never experienced any problems, my games have always run good, (Savage, UT2k3, NWN, etc.)

I have used a GFFX 5800 and GFFX 5900se with no issues aswell on these cpu's, with the 46.20 - 5336 drivers.

As for config I am not sure what you are asking. Do you want the .config for the kernel or some specific file like XF86Config or something?

BTW, the distro I use is Arch linux. Quick hint for anyone that tries this distro. After installing the nvidia drivers add nvidia to the modules line in the /etc/rc.conf if you compile your own 2.6 series kernel.
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Old 04-16-04, 04:09 AM   #4
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Default Re: AMD64 3000+ w/ 32 bit nvidia drivers

Thanks MNKyDeth, that does help. The config I was after is the kernel config but I don't think I need it any more. Thanks!

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I use the 3400+ not the 3000+ but I am sure there is no real difference for setting up a vid card on these cpu's.

I have used 2.4.21-2.4.23 then jumped to 2.6-test6 - 2.6.5 (2.6.5 is my current kernel. None of these kernels I have tried ever gave me any problems.

I have used the Chaintech ZNF-150 but have recently replaced it with the FIC AN50R mobo. Both mobos I never had a problem with in linux.

I have used the 46.20 and newer drivers with all these kernels and never experienced any problems, my games have always run good, (Savage, UT2k3, NWN, etc.)

I have used a GFFX 5800 and GFFX 5900se with no issues aswell on these cpu's, with the 46.20 - 5336 drivers.

As for config I am not sure what you are asking. Do you want the .config for the kernel or some specific file like XF86Config or something?

BTW, the distro I use is Arch linux. Quick hint for anyone that tries this distro. After installing the nvidia drivers add nvidia to the modules line in the /etc/rc.conf if you compile your own 2.6 series kernel.
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