Op vrijdag 29 augustus 2003 17:53, schreef Gerrit
Op vrijdag 29 augustus 2003 17:26, schreef Basil
Gerrit Jan Eldering wrote:
>It's works for me, but when shut down the computer, the screen looks
> very strange?
>Op vrijdag 29 augustus 2003 11:24, schreef Basil Chupin:
>>William Westfall wrote:
>>>Found this info on a support list and am passing it along for
>>> those still having problems. Did it all from a terminal window
>>> and rebooted into safe mode for the install. Works great now.
>>> Hope it helps.
>>>1) Kernel sources must be installed and configured. Usually this
>>> means installing the 'kernel-source' RPM with YaST2 and configure
>>> it then with the following commands:
>>>cp /boot/vmlinuz.config /usr/src/linux/.config
>>>cp /boot/vmlinuz.version.h /usr/src/linux/include/linux
>>>cp /boot/vmlinuz.autoconf.h /usr/src/linux/include/linux
>>>make cloneconfig dep
>>>2) Use the nvidia installer.
>>>3) Enable 3D support with SaX2.
>>This works fine with the (old) 4363 driver but try this with the
>> latest one, 4496, and see what results you get.
What happens when you press CTRL-ALT-F2 thru to F6 or when you press
Understanding only begins with the act of perception.
CTRL-ALT-F2 thru to F6 the screen turns black
CTRL-ALT-F1 the strange screen is there......
CTRL-ALT-F7 the inlog screen is back
This is what i did;
SuSE Linux 8.2 with update kernel or self-compiled kernel
1) Kernel sources must be installed and configured. Usually this means
installing the 'kernel-source' package with YaST2, update it - if not
already done - via YaST2 Online Update (YOU) and configure it then
with the following commands:
make cloneconfig && make dep
2) Use the nvidia installer.
3) Enable 3D support with SaX2.
Here I am again.....
I fix it.....going back to the (old) 4363 driver works fine......
Hope the repair that bug on the latest driver.