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SubjectRe: RH7.2 running 2.4.9-21-SMP (dual Xeon's) yields "Illegal
I really doubt the nvidia is the problem
unless it's actually bad hardware doing
strange things to the bus.

FWIW I've torture tested linux with voodoo,
nvidia and radeon cards, and interestingly
enough the only problems I've seen are
with the radeon.

However to satisfy all demands you could
change the modules.conf line to read

alias char-major-195 off

I predict that will change nothing...

Joe

Tom Epperly wrote:

>On Thu, 21 Feb 2002 arjan@fenrus.demon.nl wrote:
>
>>In article <Pine.LNX.4.44.0202211010270.19681-100000@tux06.llnl.gov> you wrote:
>>
>>>5. nVidia Corp NV15 GL (Quadro2) plugged into the AGP slot.
>>>
>>>By running without the X11 server, I hoped to remove the nVidia board as a
>>>source of trouble.
>>>
>>did you ever install the NVidia driver ?
>>
>
>The NVidia drivers (kernel module and X11) are installed, but I have
>rebooted since disabling the X11 server. /sbin/lsmod does not list the
>NVdriver in the running system. Will the kernel load NVdriver if the X11
>server is never started after a reboot? /etc/modules.conf has this line
>
>alias char-major-195 NVdriver
>
>Tom
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