[PC-BSD Testing] 1.4 Beta freezes on Xorg configuration in install
danielsammut74 at gmail.com
Sun Jul 22 01:54:36 PDT 2007
Here is an update on my progress:
I can boot normally if I totally disable ACPI. I did this by putting
exec="unset acpi_load" in my /boot/loader.conf.
Putting acpi.0.disabled="1" in /boot/device.hints did not work.
I managed to successfully install the proprietry nvidia driver from
ports and it is now working okay although Beryl does not work, perhaps
there are some files or configurations missing.
However, to get the nvidia driver to build, I had to download the
kernel source files. I tried to use PCBSD System Manager for this.
Fetching Ports using the System Manager works okay but 'Fetch System
Source' does not work, it just sits there doing nothing. I tried to do
it through Konsole which was when I noticed that cvsup was not
installed. After I installed cvsup, the sources downloaded okay and
'Fetch System Source' from the PCBSD System Manager worked okay too.
So, as a recap:
1. The latest NVidia driver builds and works if I use ports.
2. Beryl does not work for me, probably need some extra steps to get it working.
3. CVSup is not installed, which I presume prevents 'Fetch System
Source' from working.
On 7/22/07, Daniel Sammut <danielsammut74 at gmail.com> wrote:
> I want to post the necessary information about the ACPI error. In the
> handbook I need:
> # acpidump -dt > name-system.asl
> (Substitute your login name for 'name' and manufacturer/model for
> 'system'. Example: njl-FooCo6000.asl)
> Where do I get 'name' and 'system' from?
> On 7/22/07, Kris Moore <kris at pcbsd.com> wrote:
> > Daniel Sammut wrote:
> > > Hi Kris,
> > >
> > > 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
> > > problem. Damn!
> > >
> > > FYI, once when it locked, I noticed this error:
> > >
> > > Starting default moused:moused: unable to open /dev/psm0: No such file
> > > or directory
> > >
> > > psm0 is my logitech Marble Mouse. I swapped it with a normal PS2 mouse
> > > and tried a reboot but it still did not work.
> > >
> > When you post on NVIDIA site, just let them know the card model you
> > have, which nvidia versions you've tried, and the NVRM errors, that's
> > the critical part. Also post that this is on 6.2-STABLE / PCBSD, they
> > know who / what we are :)
> > As for the psm0 error don't worry about that, its usually cosmetic as
> > the moused daemon searches for the right mouse to use :)
> > --
> > Kris Moore
> > PC-BSD Software
> > http://www.pcbsd.com
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