Can he force it to use just nvidia in the bios?
Nicolas Chauvet <kwizart(a)gmail.com> wrote:
>You probably have optimus hardware. We don t support that with NVIDIA yet
>Le 16 sept. 2013 04:39, "Ankur Sinha" <sanjay.ankur(a)gmail.com> a écrit :
>Could someone please help me get kmod-nvidia working on my system
>[asinha@ankur ~]$ lspci | egrep VGA
>00:02.0 VGA compatible controller: Intel Corporation Core Processor
>Integrated Graphics Controller (rev 18)
>01:00.0 VGA compatible controller: NVIDIA Corporation GT218M [GeForce
>310M] (rev a2)
>The kmod and akmod both install just fine, but X doesn't come up on
>reboot. It fails with a "no devices found" error. I've run
>nvidia-xconfig too, but it didn't help. For the time being, I've undone
>the yum transaction and am back on nouveau.
>Is this a known issue, or is it just one of those xorg.conf tweaks?
>Yum transaction: http://ur1.ca/fk3zb
>xorg.conf from rpmfusion: http://ur1.ca/fk3zw
>xorg.conf after nvidia-xconfig: http://ur1.ca/fk404
>xrandr -q on nouveau: http://ur1.ca/fk40f
>I'll be most grateful if someone could help get this working. I'll be
>happy to provide any more information that you'd need.
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On Sun, 2013-09-15 at 21:00 -0400, Vic Ricker wrote:
> Did the driver load? (lsmod |grep nvidia)
Yes. It did. I had checked.
> I've had some problems with the akmod. You have to be patient if it
> needs to build the driver. Sometimes you have to reboot once or twice
> before it activates.
> With the kmod, sometimes they don't have one for the current kernel.
> you can try booting into the previous kernel to see if that works.
The kmod is for the running kernel (3.10.11). I checked that too:
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On 10/09/13 12:00, rpmfusion-users-request(a)lists.rpmfusion.org wrote:
> Message: 1
> Date: Mon, 9 Sep 2013 16:24:49 +0200
> From: Dominik 'Rathann' Mierzejewski <dominik(a)greysector.net>
> On Friday, 06 September 2013 at 23:11, a.sterbini(a)tiscali.it wrote:
>> A own a Radeon HD 4000 series card and I am trying to
>> install the fglrx ATI driver on a Fedora 19.
> Why not stick with the open-source drivers included with F19?
> Have you tried them?
Yes, I am using it and it works very well, (except for some Steam games
my kids play :-) )
I upgraded my Fedora box to FC18 the other day and had some issues
with old Apache mods but and Nvidia drivers but sorted them out now.
So I can see MythWeb ok on my Desktop and my Android Phone but I'm
having some display issues on the Tablet ie some of the columns are
blank and listing page has some missing or blank data for the Hour and
I've tried clearing cache and rebooting but any ideas why this is so?
(first of all let me thank a lot all RPMFusion mantainers for their
hard work ... )
A own a Radeon HD 4000 series card and I am trying to
install the fglrx ATI driver on a Fedora 19.
Unfortunately, even if I
try to install the akmod for Fedora 18 (which builds fine and install
the kernel driver module ) when X11 starts it crashes complaining about
the missing symbol noXFree86DRIExtension
This seems to be a problem
with xorg version 13
Then I tried to install the ATI legacy driver.
It fails because it's not ready for kernel 3.10.10, but if you patch it
with the Kolasa version (https://github.com/kolasa/fglrx-220.127.116.11)
you can compile and install it fine.
Unfortunately, this also
complains for the missing simbol
I have found here (https://ask.
that I should to downgrade Xorg to an
earlier version than 13 ...
I will give it a try, but in the meantime
I would like to ask if/when (please) the catalyst legacy driver will be
again available in RPMFusion?
Thanks a lot
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