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Old 12-04-06, 03:59 AM   #1
Blender
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Default 1.0-9742 crash (Ubuntu Edgy, amd64)

Hello!

Yesterday I let my computer running during the night. When I got up today, the display was showing a message that there was no signal. Ctrl+Alt+[F1|Backspace] did not work.
I used ssh to connect from my other machine to the "not responding" one. After checking `dmesg', I found that the problem was in the nvidia driver (X had crashed).
`sudo rmmod nvidia' told me that the nvidia module was in use and didn't remove it. I saved the `dmesg' output and rebooted.

Please find attached the `dmesg' output and the nvidia bug report (gzipped).
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