At least the nvidia-settings doesn't give errors. How can I take back my sovereignty from the American government and start my own micro nation? The time now is 12:28 PM. Click that little star so that I can brag about it to my invisible friends Bring the Penguins Back! Check This Out
I fear that this problem might ruin my monitor. I'm running GTX 750 Ti without any problems (except at installation it needed nomodeset). I have used various versions of Linux for about 5 years now on my home computers and more often than not I have seen a list of minor errors of some If a GPU is incompatible with the rest of a Xinerama desktop then no OpenGL rendering will appear on the screens driven by that GPU.
Comment 1 Dodji Seketeli 2008-08-03 17:57:41 UTC I can reproduce this. Server aborting [ 260.621] (EE) Offline #5 2015-01-19 23:30:17 41418 Member Registered: 2015-01-13 Posts: 11 Re: [SOLVED] OpenGL Issue (nvidia) Finally got time to fiddle around with this issue again.I did My monitor does not flash like that when I boot up or shut down. DisplayPort supports monitor chaining, but your monitors have to support it.Look here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DisplayPort#1.2 Last edited by kravecm (2015-01-22 14:54:19) Just algorithmic and OpenGL programmer running on:Laptop: HP ProBook 4530s OS: Manjaro
How can tilting a N64 cartridge cause such subtle glitches? But I guess you have to reinstall the driver. Thanks a lot -- Was I helpful? I have always wished I was enough of a Linux guru to track down the causes of those minor error messages and eliminate them.
Click that little star so that I can brag about it to my invisible friends Bring the Penguins Back! When the [ 53262.900] (II) NVIDIA(2): ACPI event daemon is available, the NVIDIA X driver will [ 53262.900] (II) NVIDIA(2): try to use it to receive ACPI event notifications. The driver will continue [ 53260.984] (WW) NVIDIA: to load, but may behave strangely. [ 53260.984] (WW) NVIDIA: Xinerama is enabled, so RandR has likely been disabled by the [ 53260.984] In practice, on my intel GPU here, the default visual of the host X has 24 bits depth, whereas the very same host X advertises a visual that has 32 bits
I don't remember the reason; it was a long time ago. So Xephyr asks the host X to create a 32 bits depth Windows, that is child of a 24 bits depth one. Some combinations of non-identical, but similar, GPUs are supported. I had to manually patch the installer because my kernel was too new, but other than that everything seems to have installed fine.
I did it manually way back when there was no official package and I "needed" it for some games. -- Was I helpful? was the official slackware website so I figured that this place would be the best place to come to ask for help. You may find some additional information on why you are receiving so many error messages. Are 14 and 21 the only "interesting" numbers?
They keep working after any updates... his comment is here My first attempt was through pacman, and I would like to use that one, but as you can see, OpenGL did not work for me. When I try to look at OpenGL information in Nvidia-settings, it just abruptly closes the window.Also, the following commands display this output:[[email protected] Downloads]$ glxinfo name of display: :0.0 X Error of You can compare that to the specifications on the link you provided for the Dell UltraSharp 1702FP 17" LCD monitor.
Is it possible to bleed brakes without using floor jack? Why had Dumbledore accepted Lupin's resignation? If [ 56327.566] (EE) NVIDIA(0): you continue to encounter problems, Please try [ 56327.566] (EE) NVIDIA(0): reinstalling the NVIDIA driver. this contact form Adding visuals to a screen is admittedly not very well encapsulated.
To use the official nvidia driver you would need to download it directly from Nvidia. Registration is quick, simple and absolutely free. Thanks again for the reply. 1702fp View Public Profile View LQ Blog View Review Entries View HCL Entries Find More Posts by 1702fp 10-27-2005, 09:25 AM #6 Jeebizz Senior
After that I tried installing again and it worked fine. -- Was I helpful? If this is your first visit, be sure to check out the FAQ. I ran glxinfo again, and I was right back to getting that error again.I really do not know what's going on, does anyone have any insight into where I should look Last edited by 41418 (2015-01-21 01:05:09) Offline #2 2015-01-15 10:17:25 kravecm Member Registered: 2012-10-09 Posts: 20 Re: [SOLVED] OpenGL Issue (nvidia) That's strange.
I have my computer set for run level 3 instead of run level 5 so whenever I exit KDE I end up at the command prompt. Unfortunately, the Nvidia drivers from Jockey did not work. When the [ 53262.778] (II) NVIDIA(1): ACPI event daemon is available, the NVIDIA X driver will [ 53262.778] (II) NVIDIA(1): try to use it to receive ACPI event notifications. But I am still getting the same error with 'glxinfo'.I'm running out of ideas on how to troubleshoot this.[[email protected] ~]$ sudo pacman -Qs nvidia local/lib32-nvidia-libgl 343.36-1 NVIDIA drivers libraries symlinks (32-bit)
Since you do have the nvidia repo added to your system (that's why I initially thought you were using the RPMs), you might want to just install the driver from there Despite a few error messages when exiting, my home computers have always had rock solid stability over the long run. In this situation the X log file will include a message of the form: (WW) NVIDIA(2): The GPU driving screen 2 is incompatible with the rest of (WW) NVIDIA(2): the GPUs Sorry for the confusion!
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