[Bug 152258] nvidia driver doesn't work with linux-rt on gutsy
sander at ubuntu-nl.org
Sat Oct 13 09:15:36 UTC 2007
Public bug reported:
Binary package hint: linux-rt
A few days ago (I don't remember exactly when), after a few kernel
updates on Gutsy, suddenly the nvidia driver stopped working under the
linux-rt kernel. Before this update, everything had worked fine. When I
now boot with the rt-kernel, Ubuntu starts in the safe-graphics mode (or
something like that), falling back on the vesa driver.
1. Most important: why doesn't the nvidia driver work with the rt-kernel? It should.
2. And IF Ubuntu really for some reason can't initialize the nvidia driver, it should fall back on the opensource nv driver, not on the vesa driver.
** Affects: linux-meta (Ubuntu)
nvidia driver doesn't work with linux-rt on gutsy
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