[PC-BSD Testing] 7.1 Beta1
protagonist at charter.net
Mon Mar 9 07:47:15 PST 2009
On Mar 9, 2009, at 8:07 AM, Kris Moore wrote:
> Bill Leeper wrote:
>> Kris Moore wrote:
>>> Bill Leeper wrote:
>>>> Sorry about that, I should have included more info. I have an
>>>> with 512MB and I tried all three nVidia drivers and the nv
>>>> driver. I
>>>> have a widescreen flat panel using a DVI connector. As soon as I
>>>> tell it to apply the settings I get the text screen where it
>>>> generates a new xorg. I then come back to the configure screen
>>>> I get the message previous attempt failed please check your
>>>> and try again. This is pretty much the exact same problem I had
>>>> the first alpha as far as I can tell. I even tried the custom
>>>> settings to enter the refresh rates and it makes no difference.
>>>> settings section does correctly identify my card as a GeForce
>>>> 8500 GT.
>>> Ok, here's what I need you to do in order for me to troubleshoot /
>>> this issue.
>>> Boot PC-BSD 7.1-BETA1, then hit "7" at the boot-splash to re-run
>>> the X
>>> setup tool. Try using the 180.35 driver as you normally would,
>>> then go
>>> ahead and hit Apply. After it fails, and you get brought up to the
>>> "Your previous attempt failed" screen, right-click on the desktop
>>> bring up xterm, then run the following command:
>>> # tar cvf /root/xlogs.tar /PCBSD/tmp/xsetup.log /etc/X11 /root/xorg*
>>> Then go ahead and setup vesa mode as you've been doing, and e-mail
>>> the /root/xlogs.tar file. I should be able to help get this resolved
>>> with that info :)
>>> Kris Moore
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>>> Testing at lists.pcbsd.org
>> Here are the logs you requested.
> Ahh, ok found the problem:
> (==) Using config file: "/etc/X11/xorg.conf"
> dlopen: /PCBSD/local/lib/xorg/modules//libwfb.so: Undefined symbol
> (EE) Failed to load /PCBSD/local/lib/xorg/modules//libwfb.so
> (EE) Failed to load module "wfb" (loader failed, 7)
> (EE) NVIDIA(0): Need libwfb but wfbScreenInit not found
> Looks like I have a bug in one of the driver tbz files. The libwfb.so
> file isn't supposed to be replaced with nvidia's version anymore,
> otherwise you get this error. BTW, are you trying with the 180.35
> first, or an older driver? I think the bug is in the 177 and 93 series
> driver, they probably remove the libwfb still, and cause this screwup.
> I'll get those updated here shortly, and this bug should go away. If I
> send you a patch, will you be willing to test it?
> Kris Moore
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> Testing at lists.pcbsd.org
I have tried all three drivers, but I tried the 180.35 driver first.
And this morning I only tried the 180.35 driver only.
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