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Description of problem:
The Nvidia 6100/6150 is not supported by this version.
Additionally, system-config-display --reconfig does not detect my card.
However, I can probably assume that if the nv driver doesn't support it then system-config-display won't work.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1.Set xorg driver as nv.
Actual Results: X fails to start. I had to revert back the vesa driver.
Expected Results: X should have started.
I am including the xorg.conf, Xorg.log files.
FYI - The upstream xorg nv driver dated 1-23-06 supports the Nvidia 6150/6100.
I verified this by patching the source manually (I noticed the updated ids for the 6100/6150).
Will the nv driver get updated before the Fedora Core 5 release?
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xorg.conf with nv driver
Created attachment 124223 [details]
Xorg.0.log startup using nv
(In reply to comment #0)
> FYI - The upstream xorg nv driver dated 1-23-06 supports the Nvidia 6150/6100.
> I verified this by patching the source manually (I noticed the updated ids for
> Will the nv driver get updated before the Fedora Core 5 release?
Yeah, we'll probably update to the latest nv driver soon. There is some other
problem with kudzu or something preventing PCI ID detection and driver
assignment to work right also.
Thanks for the report.
I've updated the nv driver to the current CVS snapshot, which includes
support for new chips, and RandR rotate support.