Re: Fedora Core 2 on Latitude (Nvidia issue)
Date: Thu, 20 May 2004 22:04:50 GMT
Josť Arango wrote:
> Hello everyone,
> I'm using Fedora Core 2 on a Dell Latitude C840. The onboard graphic chip
> "nVidia GeForce 4 440 Go". I'm having problems making this driver work.
> did download the latest driver from nvidia.com. I run the installer, and
> then I modifiy (accordingly..to the readme) the Xfree86 config file (in
> FC2 it's the xorg.conf). When I then switch to runlevel 5 the computer
> I've been looking on the web. It seems there is an issue with the nvidia
> driver and the current kernel in this Fedora release. I could keep using
> the generic driver but the image isn't that quite perfect.
> Anyone knows of a work-around?
You'll have to either wait for the next version of the NVIDIA drivers or
compile your own kernel with CONFIG_4KSTACKS set to no.
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