Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 60742
Need to add PCI ID's for Nvidia GeForce 4 cards
Last modified: 2014-03-16 22:25:55 EDT
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Description of problem:
Kudzu/lspci don't recognize new Nvidia NV25 video cards. Need to add PCI ID's
to allow this to occur
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Install Hampton
2. Card not recongized by kudzu or lspci
Putting in NEEDINFO until we post the appropriate info.
64mb nvidia video card Nvidia GeForce4 NV25 GL for WS530
01:00.0 VGA compatible Controller : nVidia Corporation: Unknow 025b (rev a2)
Created attachment 48525 [details]
Um, the lspci -v doesn't have the card listed.
For some reason the complete file was not posted here it goes again.
Created attachment 48526 [details]
This card does *not* work correctly with the XFree86 nv driver, correct?
If you add 'Chipset "0x0250"' or 'Chipset "0x0258"' to /etc/X11/XF86Config-4 in
the 'Device' section for the card, does it work?
(FWIW, pci.ids and a pcitable entry will be in hwdata-0.8-1.)
Entries are indeed there now. Can someone from Dell's side confirm that Beta 3
is working correctly?
Installer identified Geforce 4 correctly, as did kudzu/lspci. Closing.
I'd still like an answer to my question about the X config.
The two chipset options do not work. In both cases, X says they are not valid
for the driver.
We're using the new Nvidia OpenGL 'nvidia' driver.