[ut2004] Why is my Unreal Tournament 2004 not working!!!???
ssanchez at coe.neu.edu
Fri Apr 2 11:45:17 EST 2004
I've always run into the problem of having to reinstall NVidia drivers each time
Redhat Erratta updates my kernel. I've found the newer drivers, after
installed, display a white screen with the Nvidia logo before the X server boots
up (right before user login). Are you getting that?
Wish I could be a little more help but all my FAQ's and actually, my linux box
is at home, currently, I'm goofing off at the office.
Matter of fact, I have a question of my own I'll have to throw at you guys when
I get back to the apt! Ha!
Don't get discouraged Aaron, on the lighter side, UT2004 loads incredibly faster
on my Redhat9 boot than my Windows XP boot. I load faster than my roomate who
has a 2Ghz Intel vs my 1.5ghz AMD ;-) See? The underdog always wins.
Quoting Gian Paolo Mureddu <Thetargos at tutopia.com>:
> Aaron Rey Esparza wrote:
> >On Fri, 2004-04-02 at 09:15, Gian Paolo Mureddu wrote:
> >>Well that's easy then. Just press control + alt + F1, log in as root,
> >>issue the already said init 3 command. You must press enter to get back
> >>the prompt after all the messages. Just one thing though before you go
> >>doing that and hit a brick wall: Install the sources for your current
> >>running kernel. Just log onto RH's FTP, grab the package kernel-source,
> >>install it either with rpm -Uvh or rpm -ivh, I wouldn't recommend using
> >>redhat-config-packages for it, thogh.
> >done....why would i need the kernel source?
> >Im sorry for confusing you guys....
> >This is where i am at so far...
> >I installed the linux drivers from nVidias site...
> >this is the current message i am getting after installing the drivers
> >Signal: SIGSEGV [segmentation fault]
> >Crash information will be saved to your logfile.
> >Segmentation fault
> >I just want to frag!!!
> Because the drivers will need to compile the kernel module, without the
> sources that's near to impossible :D
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