[ATrpms-devel] Problems with nVidia driver in FC6
promac at gmail.com
Wed Nov 1 20:24:16 CET 2006
nvidia driver accepts an option like this:
Option "ConnectedMonitor" "DFP"
This option is intended to be used when one uses the dvi output of the
graphics card to connect an LCD screen.
If the LCD is connected through the VGA output of the graphics card one
should use CRT instead.
If one misplaces CRT for DFP or vice-versa the screen becomes black and the
power save light blinks.
If you have two dvi outputs, have you tried using this option?
On 11/1/06, Tako Schotanus <quintesse at palacio-cristal.com> wrote:
> Tako Schotanus wrote:
> > The problem I'm having is bigger than just the nVidia driver because I
> > can't get vesa or nv to work on FC6 either! (and no, the system has not
> > changed before wiping FC5 and installing FC6).
> Ok, the problem with the vesa and nv drivers I finally figured out.
> The card has 2 DVI outputs and it seems that the monitor was connected
> to the "second" output (although they aren't numbered).
> For the graphical grub screen en the text part of the boot or for VTs
> this doesn't seem to matter, but the XOrg auto configuration doesn't
> seem to like it. (For those who want all the details, I put it in the
> bugreport https://bugzilla.redhat.com/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=212432)
> So now I'm only left with figuring out why the nvidia driver has a GPF.
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