[PC-BSD Testing] 1.4 Beta freezes on Xorg configuration in install
danielsammut74 at gmail.com
Sat Jul 21 13:10:26 PDT 2007
I'll post the error to the nv forums. Is there anything you want me to
say? If I start to say that it's package to select on install, they'll
say 'refer to your distribution support' or something like that.
Yes, it boots okay with ACPI disabled - so it looks like that's the
FYI, once when it locked, I noticed this error:
Starting default moused:moused: unable to open /dev/psm0: No such file
psm0 is my logitech Marble Mouse. I swapped it with a normal PS2 mouse
and tried a reboot but it still did not work.
On 7/21/07, Kris Moore <kris at pcbsd.com> wrote:
> Daniel Sammut wrote:
> > Further to my last email.
> > I can only get to the desktop if I boot in safe mode. If I try booting
> > in normal mode, it gets to either:
> > Starting sshd.
> > or Starting cron.
> > or Local package initialization:.
> > or occasionally, login:
> > and then it totally freezes. Only a hard-reset can get me back again.
> > I then have to login in safe mode. It's not looking good for me, I'm
> > afraid.
> > On 7/21/07, Daniel Sammut <danielsammut74 at gmail.com> wrote:
> >> Okay,
> >> Unfortunately, this did not help the Nvidia issue. I still get the exact
> >> same freeze when trying to configure X after install. I then boot into
> >> mode and I tried the 100.14.11, 9746 and the 7184 drivers all without
> >> success - only the 'nv' one works.
> >> I did notice a couple of error messages while it was trying to start X
> >> the nvidia drivers though, I quickly jotted them down:
> >> NVRM: RmInitAdapter failed! (0x12:0x2b:1544)
> >> nvidia0: Rm_Init_adapter() failed!
> >> I hope you can get some information from that!
> Well, the NVRM message helps, You'll want to post this error to the the
> NVidia forums, along with the model number of the card:
> As for the freezing issue, I'm also concerned by that. It could still be
> some sort of ACPI issue, but hard-locking is rather rare. Does the
> system work if you pick option 2. Boot with ACPI disabled, instead of
> "safe mode"? If so, then we'll need to let the FreeBSD devs know about
> this. Here's a good page on this problem, and what information they may
> need to get it fixed for your motherboard:
> There are also some good suggestions on there, about lost interrupts and
> how to get info about them.
> Kris Moore
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