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Re: Recompiling the Fedora 3 Kernel - interessting ?



fre, 19.11.2004 kl. 14.23 skrev Frank:
> Hallo Peter,
> 
> 
> > On Friday 19 November 2004 06:43, Frank wrote:
> > > installed thew latest NVidia Driver and removed the AGP Drivers
> > > completly in the Kernel .config with make menuconfig
> > >
> > > Now, i can use the NVidia AGP Driver with Option "NvAGP" "1"
> > >
> > > Here some call traces, found after it successfully bootet up in messages
> > <lots of fun kernel panic lines removed>
> > Go back to the nv driver for right now - nvidia is just not stable right now. 
> > The guys at nvidia know about that and are working on it - or so I was told 
> > at least... Their discussion forum lists a few threads with this issue as 
> > well as a "solution" 
> > http://www.nvnews.net/vbulletin/showthread.php?s=171843572cd91ab707da967be2cb1484&t=40622
> > - but that you can easily tell from the posts doesn't work for everyone...
> > 
> > Wow - 2 hours of sleep and I can still type,
> 
> I have to recommend a Hut full with shuteye :)
> 
> a short Question maybe ... if i remove the rhgb Thing in my grub.conf --
> evrything works very well es expected.
> 
> So, where is the Problem exactly ... NVidia or still Fedora
> 
> personally i love the nice Bootup Screen from Fedora and i dont want to
> miss him.
> 

You can (somehow) use a different xorg.conf for the bootup screen and
for GDM. So that the boot-screen may use the "nv" driver, and the main
thing "nvidia".

Why can't the rhgb come preconfigured to *always* use some safe settings
- like "vesa" driver etc.


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