To clarify, I’m just running the live CD, not trying to install. Originally Posted by gbj Tried it but Beryl won’t play nice, now I lose all my window decorations. I also did some research and found that gdm decides what the screen resolution is be reading the first mode in the Display section of xorg. Kernel is now 2. Here are the steps:
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Have you run apt-get update? I ask because this bug persists on the official release I downloaded yesterday. Gutsy did not have oinux problems dealing with this device and restricted drivers manager offered to install the nvidia driver.
Finally, bored, I’ve done some hard cleaning:. OK, I just now saw the graphic of your nvidia-settings. If I Configure, I am given a menu of what video card to choose, etc, but none works.
I have the same problem.
Well no luck on my end, I tried reinstalling the nvidia drivers as crazyjimbo suggested, but I am still getting these “whiteouts”.
I’m in gutsy at the moment, waiting for big download to finish will retry from the live CD itself in a little while.
Parrot Project – nvidia-drivers
I have the same problem with a 6xxx series card. Joep On Wed, at Find More Posts by gbj. I use ‘vesa” as the nvidia drivers doesn’t work. Of course I find in my X11org. I followed these steps successfully, when Hardy came out. It would be nice if there was a nvidia-glx-new-beta driver in the repositories for situations like this.
Introduction to Linux – A Hands on Guide This guide was created as an overview of the Linux Operating System, geared toward new users as an exploration tour and getting started guide, with exercises at the end of each chapter. The crucial part for me was to blacklist the “nv” driver. I also had an issue with the hardy heron kernel 2. I have no idea why but the only way I was able to fix this was to uninstall the nvidia- kernel- common package in addition to the nvidia-glx-new.
Linux Display Driver – x86
Thank you in advance. Might need to use legacy driver. The only error message in the log file is the following: In essence you say I have to disable glx.
That worked for me. So it was just a partially lucky boot. Having a problem logging in? I have a big problem!
I see that it’s already in the upstream database, and I found the update-pciids command. See linux-restricte d-modules- 2.
I just tried Hardy Alpha 6. Joep, I have not a clue, sorry!! They hope these examples will help you to get a better understanding of the Linux system and that you feel encouraged to try out things gsforce your own. Everything seemed to work, nvidia-driver was loaded and nvidia-settings was fine. Once you have downloaded the driver, change to the directory containing the driver package and install the driver by running, as root, sh. I’m afraid your new nv driver doesn’t seem to have worked.