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SubjectRe: troubles with r8169
On Sunday 12 August 2007 21:06:43 Vadim Dyadkin wrote:
> Robert Hancock пишет:
> > This could well be a problem with the nvidia driver as it shares the
> > same IRQ. The first step would be to see if the problem still shows up
> > without the nvidia binary module loaded.
> Thank for your answer. This problem never shows up if I use only nvidia
> driver (the work without network), or if I use only r8169 (without
> If I use both of them I have the hang. Usually the hang appears
> if OpenGL is used or network rate is maximal. I tested this regimes many
> times before.

If you haven't already, I'd drop an email to see if they
have any insight. Not that this can't be a kernel bug, just that it's a bit
difficult for kernel developers to debug when you're using a driver for which
we don't have the sources.

As for changing the IRQ assignments, I don't have any immediate suggestions. I
notice that this laptop has a dual core processor, so I'm guessing disabling
APIC isn't an option. Have you tried that anyway, just to see if the IRQ
assignment differs?


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