Description of Problem:
When running Xconfigurator, my TNT2 card with 32MB is incorrectly detected as an
nVidia Vanta with 1MB. The card was, however, detected correctly by the installer.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
This may be a kernel issue. /proc/pci output is:
Bus 1, device 0, function 0:
VGA compatible controller: nVidia Corporation Vanta [NV6] (rev 21).
Master Capable. Latency=64. Min Gnt=5.Max Lat=1.
Non-prefetchable 32 bit memory at 0xfd000000 [0xfdffffff].
Prefetchable 32 bit memory at 0xf2000000 [0xf3ffffff].
oops, meant to select 7.3.
You also meant to select XConfigurator I assume
No, actually I meant to select kernel. Note how the device is misidentified in
the /proc/pci output as well. I assumed Xconfigurator used that as part of its
That doesn't make a lot of sense. Both anaconda and Xconfigurator both
use the exact same database, so I'm not sure how this could occur. At
any rate, it most certainly has absolutely nothing to do with the kernel.
Is this a clean install of RHL 7.3? Please attach the output of
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lspci -n output
Yes, it was a clean install. Any chance this would have changed between kernel
2.4.18-3 (which was used during the install) and 2.4.18-4 (which I updated to)?
No. As I said already, the kernel has absolutely nothing whatsoever
to do with this. Every PCI device has a Vendor and device ID built
into it. That ID is queryable via PCI config space. The config
tools query PCI config space to find out what devices are video
devices (Class 300), and then take the vendor ID, and the device
ID, look it up in the pcitable (a file on your harddisk), and
if that ID is found, the entry for that piece of hardware lists
a device driver to use, as well as the vendor name and the device
The kernel has no part of this. Changing the kernel will have zero
Your video card is:
01:00.0 Class 0300: 10de:002d (rev 15)
0x10de 0x002d "Card:RIVA TNT2" "nVidia Corporation|RIVA TNT2 Model 64"
If you do an "lspci" you should see the correct output.
The above entry was taken from rawhide hwdata package. Closing as
working in rawhide. If you still have the problem with the Red Hat
"limbo" beta, feel free to open a new report against the new config