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Old 04-26-03, 02:07 PM   #193
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Originally posted by g.krist
This generic setup looks very cool, so now even linux n00bs can install it
I've never had probs installing the main dvr, the kernel module always works, the GLX keeps giving me the same crap,
Klib extension not found on display 0.0.blah blah, if I could find out what Klib is I would fix it! 8 months of this Klib stuff is getting old now.
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Old 04-26-03, 02:42 PM   #194
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Xlib is what every X program (eventually) binds to -- it's what makes all the X11R6 requests across the network to the X server.

Try 4363, first of all. If that doesn't help, post the full results of whatever you get when you try to run glxgears (if it does run, ctrl-c it after a short time).
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Old 04-26-03, 02:48 PM   #195
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Hi Andy,

the new driver does on my laptop the same as the old one.

Nothing solved from my thread:

Is there a chance, that I get it working with TwinView and without getting my display almost exploding when leaving X. The driver does not switch back from 1400x1050 to 1280x1024 with a proper resolution.

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Old 04-26-03, 11:03 PM   #196
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Originally posted by srelysian
Hey, I was wondering if anyone had a problem with the newest nvidia drivers when exiting any X gui. The drivers work great when x boots, I even noticed speed increases, but when I exit it goes into a res beyond what my monitor can handle (and outside the specs i provided for my monitor in XF86Config-4). So I have to blindly run kde again.
My card is listed as supported: eVGA GF4 MX440-SE (agp), tho it's got dual vga out so I was wondering if that might cause it.

I am using XFree86 4.3 and can provide any information if needed, so long as i am given the information on what to do to obtain it (I still consider myself novice with linux).

My thoughts were that, since I didn't supply info for both vga outputs it might be confused. I am only using the basic setup now driver "nvidia" and glx.

I noticed that when I compiled the kernel code that came with RedHat v9.0 that when I exit X it leaves me with a blank screen.

When I boot with the defaulted compiled kernel image. It works without a single problem. Remember, RH does not have binary compatibility with the source code shipped with their products. If you compile the kernel source. It will be different than the compiled version from the cd.
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Old 06-21-03, 04:04 AM   #197
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The link dosent seem to work
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