[ut2003io] Linux Client Freezes
qapete at beyondunreal.com
Sun Sep 15 19:13:05 EDT 2002
Nothing in syslog, or any of the other logs. -nosound and/or -nomusic
tried already, still have random crashes. BIOS is set at least picky
settings. Board is an MSI KT7-266 Pro. Kernel is 2.4.18. This is a
fresh install here too, no moldy oldie stuff hanging around, less than a
week old. Using nvidia Device in XF86Config-4, no changes from
defaults. http://www.icculus.org/lgfaq/files/nv_check.sh says my
installation is fine.
I'd be happy to answer any specific questions if you guys can help me
find some things to look at. It frosts me that some can install and run
and me, with the most popular Linux distro around, fast processor, good
board and a brand new installation can't do the same.
Keep in mind, I'm not alone having these freezes. I'm just asking the
questions and giving requested info because my installation is so new
and untainted (well, except for the nVidia kernel hook itself...grin)
On Sun, 2002-09-15 at 18:27, Michael wrote:
> On Sun, Sep 15, 2002 at 06:10:07PM -0400, Peter Kemmerer wrote:
> > Yes, there's nothing in there related to this problem. The game starts,
> > I (and another BU admin) can play for a bit, then hard crash. He's
> > running SuSe, I'm running a very vanilla installation of RH 7.3.
> > Shame, too, it looks and plays like a million bucks on the TI4600 in
> > Linux (for about 1-5 minutes)
> > Still need some assistance, if anyone can help.
> Any messages in syslog?
> The only problem I had (with a ti4200) was a 64mb AGP aperture giving me
> a stack of memory allocation errors output to syslog...upping it to
> 128mb fixed that (but that was a different game, I've not had any
> problems getting / keeping the demo running)
> I'd try -nosound too in case the bug is sound card / driver related.
> What settings do you have for the nvidia driver - fast writes/sideband
> addressing enabled? AGP 4x? Any of the __GL_<foo> env variables set?
> Are you using the nvidia agpgart or the linux kernel one - which version
> of the kernel...
> ...and so on...and so on...There are a million questions your 'it
> crashes' didn't answer :o/
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