[PC-BSD Testing] gnome 3 :(
jpm820 at gmail.com
Wed Jan 29 14:33:23 PST 2014
Everything is good so far with the new 10.0 RELEASE 01-27-14. I still had
to roll back the nvidia-driver to nvidia-driver-304 but no big deal. After
testing I have to do that in FreeBSD as well. As always this is the best
On Fri, Jan 24, 2014 at 5:09 PM, Joe Maloney <jpm820 at gmail.com> wrote:
> I wasn't sure. I think it may just apply to some if it works fine for
> you and that would be good news. At least my system at home has the same
> problem but I have the same card at home as well so I wouldn't be able to
> easily tell for sure without having others try it.
> Joe Maloney
> On 01/24/2014 16:51, Kris Moore wrote:
> On 01/24/2014 16:05, Joe Maloney wrote:
> Ok so I installed x11/nvidia-driver-304 from your packages and problem
> solved with the lag issues. I have a Nvidia GTS 250 in this system so I
> wouldn't think it were just that old that it wouldn't work with the new
> driver. I suppose it's possible as it's not the newest anymore that the
> latest driver might not introduce problems as well. Or it actually is
> something with the newer driver.
> At this point since the old driver works might be worth adding something
> like this to the Gnome 3 wiki page for nvidia users as a workaround and
> call it good?
> pkg delete -f nvidia-driver-331.20
> pkg install nvidia-driver-304-304.88_1
> Joe Maloney
> Yea, this may be a good addition. Are you sure it applies to *all* nvidia
> cards though? Mine is a bit more recent GTX570, and I didn't see any
> slowness here.
> Kris Moore
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