|To:||Chris Green <greenc@xxxxxxxx>|
|Subject:||Re: XFS patched RHELv3 kernels now available - please test|
|From:||Bela Babik <bela@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>|
|Date:||Wed, 25 Feb 2004 11:45:57 -0800|
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Hi, thanks for the answer.
The module needs to be recompiled on your machine with the kernel source being properly configured (make dep after initializing the config). It's possible that when you re-installed the NVidia module, the NVidia package found a close-match (but incorrect) binary on its FTP site and that's why you're hanging. You need to give the -n (I think) switch to the .run script to prevent it downloading a binary module and force it to compile its own. You may need to play with the options but you'll get there eventually.I have a configured kernel and i have skipped the precompiled serch step in the installation.
The server starts, and the NVidia logo appears and then hangup. The newer drivers are a bit better, because it begin to load the desktop and hangup befire it can finish. Bela
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