F13 - Nvidia graphic driver - 3D acceleration problems
melanie78 at gmx.at
melanie78 at gmx.at
Mon Jul 26 17:27:39 UTC 2010
Thanks for your answers!
Unfortunately the noveau driver doesn´t fit my needs, because I need the proprietary nvidia driver to start games with wine.
I also tried the kmod and akmod nvidia driver with the rpm packages. But this driver doesn´t work too.
I posted a thread in nvnews forum. A member informed me, that I have some error messages in my bug report file. But only nvidia can decode this "cryptic stuff". But this errors mean, that something is wrong with my gpu, because of a bug in the driver or a hardware problem.
So I think in my case, the problem is the graphic card and not Fedora or adjustments in the system.
Thanks a lot for your answers and suggestions.
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> Datum: Mon, 26 Jul 2010 17:22:40 +0200
> Von: Chris Rouch <chris.rouch at gmail.com>
> An: Community support for Fedora users <users at lists.fedoraproject.org>
> Betreff: Re: F13 - Nvidia graphic driver - 3D acceleration problems
> On 24 July 2010 18:40, <melanie78 at gmx.at> wrote:
> > Hi all!
> > I installed Fedora 13 x86_64 (Kernel 22.214.171.124-147.fc13.x86_64) and the
> nvidia driver 265.35 with the .run file described in this guide:
> > http://forums.fedoraforum.org/showthread.php?t=234595
> > After the installation the driver and the 3D acceleration worked fine.
> But after 1-2 hours and the installation of Skype and Wine the 3D
> acceleration doesn't work correctly anymore. I started World of Warcraft but the game
> was just a freeze frame and every few seconds a new frame.
> > I checked glxgears, but the output is very bad:
> > 68 frames in 6.9 seconds = 9.862 FPS
> > 64 frames in 5.0 seconds = 12.747 FPS
> > Unfortunately I have no idea why. I checked the bug report file from
> nvidia, but I can't see any error messages. Enclosed you can find the bug
> > Can someone help me to find the error?
> I've had lots of problems with my nvidia graphics card since
> installing f13 - both with the nouveau and proprietary nvidia drivers.
> I found the only way to get the proprietary driver to work reliably
> was to install the latest f12 kernel
> (kernel-126.96.36.199-141.fc12.x86_64). The problems i saw were different
> to yours, but i think something changed between kernel versions 2.6.32
> and 2.6.33 which adversely effects the nvidia driver.
> I'd also recommend that you install akmod-nvidia from rpmfusion and
> that you try to get help with this problem there. As the proprietary
> driver is not part of fedora support on this list tends to be a bit
> limited. That said, if you find a solution, posting it here would be
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