[ut2004] still no love with ut2004 amd64
spike at spykes.net
Fri Nov 4 10:43:13 EST 2005
I would try another power supply. Just because it doesn't crash in
Win32 doesn't mean anything. When UT2004 starts it could be putting a
surge on your PSU that it cannot handle, mostly the GFX card causing
this surge, yes it can and does happen. Windows has alot of power
management that Linux doesn't have also, even in the nvidia drivers.
On Fri, 4 Nov 2005 09:43:27 -0500 (EST)
David Wood <obsidian at panix.com> wrote:
> He's right - ut2004 can't make you reboot, and if you're rebooting you
> have a problem with:
> 1) Your hardware
> 2) Your kernel
> 3) Your nvidia driver
> 4) Some other driver...
> Not necessarily in that order. Traces from ut2004 will have nothing to do
> with these. Just because some things work doesn't mean there isn't a bug
> or problem in one of these.
> You say you are on current versions of things (although I don't know about
> any patches from any forums, my setup runs fine without them!), althogh I
> don't know, maybe there was some issue with the way you built it or bad
> gcc version or something... anyway, once you rule out the software, it's a
> hardware thing.
> Do you dual boot? Does it run OK in windows? Anything else make you crash
> like that? Is q3 the only other opengl thing u tried? Check your temps
> On Sat, 5 Nov 2005, Dean Hamstead wrote:
> > ahh well nvidia claims its ut2004
> > can i send you some straces etc? this is really driving me nuts
> > mind you im learning alot about debugging.
> > Dean
> > Ryan C. Gordon wrote:
> >> Jordan Thoms wrote:
> >>> Origional porter was Icculus, his site is www.icculus.org
> >>> <http://www.icculus.org>.
> >>> His email address is icculus at clutteredmind.org
> >> I'm on this list.
> >> If the game is rebooting your system, it's not a bug in the game, but a
> >> bug in your drivers or hardware.
> >> --ryan.
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