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Old 07-10-05, 08:40 PM   #85
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When I run Enemy Territory (in fullscreen), switch to console (shell) by Ctrl+Alt+F1 and then switch back to game using Alt+F7, monitor goes to standby mode and:

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Jul 11 00:46:16 lubos NVRM: Xid: 25,  L1 -> L0
Jul 11 00:46:16 lubos NVRM: Xid: 13, 0000 02006100 0000008a 00000180 00000004 00000006
I am still repeating this since 1.0-6629. Is there any chance of this being solved?
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Old 07-11-05, 11:01 PM   #86
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Great driver (as usual)...
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Old 07-12-05, 01:56 AM   #87
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Hi there,

Just bought a XFX 6600GT (agp) and I can't get it to work. When running gl apps, the screen goes black and my monitor turns off. The whole system goes down (no ssh to kill x,etc). Tried several drivers, including the newest one. I've also posted on the gentoo forums - here. Any help would rock.

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edit: I retract my statement, I forgot the molex connector. (How did I miss that one? OMG, I'll never live that one down)

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Old 07-12-05, 02:17 AM   #88
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It's not like we have systems that we built ourselves full of odd combinations of components. These are Dell Precision 670's. We're certainly not rushing to judgement here. We've tried a lot of things before blaming the drivers.
Hi!

We also have a bunch of Dell 670's. None of them are very stable. We have tried lots of different kernels, driver versions etc. Nothing helps. The difference is that we in addition have lots of other computers, including off the shelf SUN and IBM, and even the occasional home built odd combinations component as you call it above.

All the other computers are totally stable. Even the home built ones. The same system managers have installed the software, compiled the kernels, installed drivers etc. But no matter what they do, they are not able to get the Dell's stable.

To give Dell justice, it should be mentioned that we also have quite a few of the Dell single CPU computers, (430 I think..). They are totally stable.

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Old 07-13-05, 09:59 AM   #89
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Hi, I am having a problem with the new driver and kernel 2.6.12 and this current nvidia driver. I have verified that my kernel sources are in the right place, and had a successful build. But when I run the nvidia installer, after the module builds successfully, it is unable to be loaded, and the installation fails! I tried loading it myself from a manual build, and it says that the device was not probed. On kernel 2.4, agpgart used to say more about my device, but now it just runs at startup. Does it have anything to do with that? I am running slackware 10.1, after an upgrade from the 2.4.29 kernel.
once i had the problem taht it couldn't load the driver, cause the old driver was loaded.
all i had to do was rmmod nvidia; bash NVIDIAl_LINUX.....

but due to the last sentence, i do not think that ths is your problem.

just in case: you have disablebed the nvidia-framebuffer, right?
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Old 07-13-05, 12:02 PM   #90
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Hi, does anybody know if the Bug is fixed, which made it impossible to get the Temperature from some 6800 Cards ?

My Gigabyte 6800 AGP says:

[iggi@localhost ~]$ nvidia-settings -q gpucoretemp

WARNING: libXv setup warning: Failed to open libXv.so.1: this library is not present in your system or is not in your
LD_LIBRARY_PATH.


WARNING: Error querying attribute 'GPUCoreTemp' specified in query 'gpucoretemp'; 'GPUCoreTemp' is not available on
localhost:0.0.
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Hi, does anybody know if the Bug is fixed, which made it impossible to get the Temperature from some 6800 Cards ?
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To my understanding, not all 6800 cards are equipped with temperature probes. Or at least I think I remember hearing something like that from Thunderbird (nvclock author)...
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Old 07-14-05, 07:20 AM   #92
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My hardware:
GigaByte GA-7NNXPV (nForce2 IGP chipset)

Bugs:

VT display is scrambled (problem not seen in 1.0-7167)

Non Bugs:

Finally have dual monitors working correctly. (Independent, not Twinview)
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I bought the one from Gigabyte, and i can see Temperatures with Speedfan and the Gigabyte Tool. So there must be an Sensor, i wrote an E-Mail to the Gigabyte Support - hoping for a nice Answer
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Old 07-16-05, 04:33 AM   #94
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The Gigabyte Support sais that it is not possible to get the GPU Temperature via Linux - I do not know why it should be impossible, but however it was an Idea...
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Old 07-21-05, 01:29 PM   #95
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Hmm, still cannot get my laptop 1920x1200 screen to go beyond a 1600x1200 resolution (dell D800). Works just fine with the 6xxx series
I can tell you why. I have the exact same problem on my D800. It worked in 7167, failed with 7664.
From 7167 X log:
(--) NVIDIA(0): Display device DFP-0: maximum pixel clock at 8 bpp: 350 MHz
(--) NVIDIA(0): Display device DFP-0: maximum pixel clock at 16 bpp: 350 MHz
(--) NVIDIA(0): Display device DFP-0: maximum pixel clock at 32 bpp: 350 MHz
<snip>
(II) NVIDIA(0): Clock range: 12.00 to 350.00 MHz

From 7664 log:
(--) NVIDIA(0): DFP-0: maximum pixel clock: 165 MHz
(--) NVIDIA(0): DFP-0: External Dual Link LVDS
<snip>
(II) NVIDIA(0): Clock range: 12.00 to 165.00 MHz

For some reason, the 7664 driver incorrectly identifies the pixel clock as 165. Which means you can't run at 1920x1200.

Seems like a bug to me.
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Old 07-22-05, 03:43 PM   #96
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For some reason, the 7664 driver incorrectly identifies the pixel clock as 165. Which means you can't run at 1920x1200.

Seems like a bug to me.
Try this modeline:

ModeLine "1920x1200" 154.00 1920 1968 2000 2080 1200 1203 1209 1235
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