ian.porter3 at ntlworld.com
Tue Apr 15 19:08:00 BST 2003
On Tuesday 15 April 2003 4:59 pm, David Legg wrote:
> On Tue, 2003-04-15 at 02:15, Salane King wrote:
> > Pardon.
> > Why would video for linux driver bother the nvidia display. I find that
> > i need that to watch TV on my hauptpage card.
> Haven't got a clue, but I've never got my drivers to work with v4l
> loaded and all of the example config files I have seen on nVidia mailing
> lists and forums do not have it loaded. I also have a Hauppage TV card
> and I can watch TV, DVDs and everything else quite happily without v4l
> I'm not going to debate technical issues, that's just how seems to work.
> > Also in the configuration file that is a reference to a "NvAGP" what
> > does that mean?
> Don't worry about that Ian, just ignore all those settings. I seemed to
> have a stable setup so I made sure I was using the NV AGP. Seemed to
> make a difference when I was playing RTCW.
K thanks, I shall just keeping on trying to get it to work first before I
start to play about with the settings :).
> If you've compiled from source and installed the rpms located in
> /usr/src/RPM/RPMs... kernel first and then GLX, edited your config file,
> restarted your machine and then did a startx then I don't know. You seem
> to have a KT400 chipset so I don't know if there are any issues with
> this. Are there and error messages when you do a startx?
Yep I tried installing in that order and also altering the xf86config-4 file
with also rebooting into level 3 so that if it breaks again I would have the
I shall look into the KT400 chipset as well thanks
Cheers and thanks for the help :)
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