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Kernel zu groß + Nvidia Treiber

 
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BeitragVerfasst am: 10. Nov 2001 1:15   Titel: Kernel zu groß + Nvidia Treiber

Hallo,

ich habe Mandrake 8.1, welches meine Hardware einwandfrei erkannt und konfiguriert hat. Allerdings musste ich bei OpenGl Spielen (quake etc) feststellen, dass die 3D Performance ziemlich bescheiden ist. Ich wollte mir daraufhin die aktuellsten Nvidia treiber runterladen, habe dies auch getan, allerdings gibt es für 8.1 keine Treiber nur für 8.0. Naja gut ich hab sie trotzdem runtergeladen und mit rpm versucht zu installieren.

Bei der kernel Datei bricht rpm ab und mein ich bräucthe ne bestimmte Kernel version (wahrscheinlich die vom 8.0 Mandrake, da die wo ich jetzt habe ne höhere Versionsnummer hat).

Es gab auf der Website auch noch andere rpms für nen customized kernel, die hab ich mir auch runtergeladen. Die nvidia kernel Datei ging zu installieren, allerdings meint die andere, dass der kernel net installiert ist.


Ich habe dann versucht den Linux Kernel neu zu konfigurieren und zu compilieren (nur das, was ich brauche) allerdings ist dann der Kernel ziemlich groß und lilo aktzeptiert ihn nicht.

Kann mir irgendeiner helfen.

PS: wo stehen die ganzen Sachen drin, die Linux am Anfang tun soll, z.B. module laden, mounten etc?
 

Markus
Gast





BeitragVerfasst am: 10. Nov 2001 3:39   Titel: Re: Kernel zu groß + Nvidia Treiber

Hi Andreas,
hast du alles fest in den Kernel eincompiliert, oder hast du Module erzeugt?
Das kannst du beim Konfigurieren des Kernels für jede Komponente angeben. Um einen kleinen Kernel zu bekommen solltest du soviel wie möglich in Module packen, die dann erst bei Bedarf nachgeladen werden.

Was beim Starten von Linux passiert steht in einer ganzen Menge von Dateien.
Die zu mountenden Filesysteme sind z.B. in /etc/fstab festgelegt, die Module die geladen werden stehen in /etc/modules.conf. (sie zugehörige man pages!)
Sonst wird der Startvorgang im wesentlichen durch /etc/inittab und die diversen startskripte bestimmt. (/etc/init.d, /etc/rc1.d, ... /etc/rc6.d - die liegen bei Mandrake u.U nicht direkt in /etc)

viel Erfolg beim weitern Compilieren
Gruß,
Markus
 

AndreasW
Gast





BeitragVerfasst am: 10. Nov 2001 11:43   Titel: Re: Kernel zu groß + Nvidia Treiber

Ja ich habe so ziemlich alles fest kompiliert. Werde mal versuchen obs geht, wenn ich Module erzeuge.
 

AndreasW
Gast





BeitragVerfasst am: 10. Nov 2001 12:42   Titel: Re: Kernel zu groß + Nvidia Treiber

Ok ich habe jetzt alles als Module gemacht, soweit es ging (was ich brauche natürlich nur) und der Kernel is immernoch 1,8 MB groß
 

mvo
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BeitragVerfasst am: 10. Nov 2001 14:31   Titel: Re: Kernel zu groß + Nvidia Treiber

Hallo,
wenn Du den Kernel mit "make bzImage" uebersetzt hast, findest Du einen komprimierten Kernel unter "/usr/src/linux/arch/i386/boot/bzImage".
Um den Nvidiatreiber uebersetzen zu koennen ist es ausreichend, die Kernelsourcen Deines aktuellen Distributionskernels zu installieren. Einen neuen Kernel brauchst Du dafuer nicht bauen.
 

AndreasW
Gast





BeitragVerfasst am: 10. Nov 2001 15:43   Titel: Re: Kernel zu groß + Nvidia Treiber

Es befinden sich keine Kernel Sourcen auf der CD, ich habe beim Packetmanage sowohl kernel eingegeben als auch sourcen und beides, aber er findet nichts.
Er findet bei installiert nur den aktuellen kernel, der allerdings keine Sourcen beinhaltet
 

mvo
Gast





BeitragVerfasst am: 10. Nov 2001 17:59   Titel: Re: Kernel zu groß + Nvidia Treiber

Ich habe kein Mandrake und kann Dir leider nicht sagen, wie das Paket heisst. Wenn Du einen vollstaendigen CD-Satz hast, muss das aber irgendwo dabei sein. Meistens sind die Sourcen gesammelt auf einer einzelnen CD drauf, und nicht bei bei den normalen Paketen.
 

AndreasW
Gast





BeitragVerfasst am: 10. Nov 2001 22:28   Titel: Re: Kernel zu groß + Nvidia Treiber

Ok hab mir einen patch besorgt und jetzt ging die NVIDIA Installation, allerdings geht Open GL nicht richtig, es kommt zwar das nvidia Logo beim x-windows start, aber es werden keine open gl anwendungen gestartet
 

mvo
Gast





BeitragVerfasst am: 10. Nov 2001 23:10   Titel: Re: Kernel zu groß + Nvidia Treiber

Lass mal dieses Script ablaufen, das deckt haeufige Fehlerquellen auf:
code:

#!/bin/sh

# NDIC Version 1.2
# By Will Weisser (waw0573@rit.edu)
#
# Revision history:
#
# 1.2: July 23, 2000 check /etc/X11/XF86Config-4 first, don't recommend
# removing /usr/X11R6/lib/lib*GLU.so.*
#
# 1.1: April 29, 2000 Added checking for /dev files
#
# 1.0: April 28, 2000 Initial revision
#
#

echo "Welcome to the NVidia Driver Installation Checker."
echo "This shell script is meant to help you debug your installation"
echo "of the beta NVidia Linux drivers. It is not 100% foolproof."
echo "In particular, you will definitely want to make sure you have"
echo "the correct options in your XF86Config to make X work properly."
echo "This script cannot debug your X setup. That being said, it"
echo "should prove useful if are having problems with the drivers and"
echo "want to check the validity of your driver install."
echo ""
echo "At no time will this script EVER make changes to your system."
echo "It is simply a diagnostic tool - fixes of any kind will have to"
echo "come from you."
echo ""
echo "Press enter to continue..."

read

echo "OK, the first thing we need to do is make sure your XF86Config file"
echo "is set up correctly. In order to do this, I'm first going to try"
echo "and find where this file might be..."

FOUND=""

echo "checking /usr/X11R6/lib/X11/XF86Config..."
if [ -r /usr/X11R6/lib/X11/XF86Config ]; then
echo "found"
XF86FILE="/usr/X11R6/lib/X11/XF86Config"
FOUND="1"
else
echo "not found"
fi

echo "checking /usr/X11R6/etc/X11/XF86Config..."
if [ -r /usr/X11R6/etc/X11/XF86Config ]; then
echo "found"
XF86FILE="/usr/X11R6/etc/X11/XF86Config"
FOUND="1"
else
echo "not found"
fi

echo "checking /etc/XF86Config..."
if [ -r /etc/XF86Config ]; then
echo "found"
XF86FILE="/etc/XF86Config"
FOUND="1"
else
echo "not found"
fi

echo "checking /etc/X11/XF86Config..."
if [ -r /etc/X11/XF86Config ]; then
echo "found"
XF86FILE="/etc/X11/XF86Config"
FOUND="1"
else
echo "not found"
fi

echo "checking /etc/X11/XF86Config-4..."
if [ -r /etc/X11/XF86Config-4 ]; then
echo "found"
XF86FILE="/etc/X11/XF86Config-4"
FOUND="1"
else
echo "not found"
fi

if [ -z $FOUND ] ; then
echo "I couldn't find an XF86Config file anywhere! Either you haven't set"
echo "up X at all, the file is not readable by you, or your file is in a"
echo "non-standard place. If the latter is the case, then make a symlink"
echo "to a standard place and run this script again."
exit
fi

echo "I'm going to be doing my checking using $XF86FILE. If this is not"
echo "actually your X config, then quit this script with Ctrl-C, remove"
echo "or rename the file, then run this script again."
echo "Press enter to continue"

read

echo "I'm going to check your XF86Config file for the following things:"
echo "1) Loading the GLcore and glx modules"
echo "2) Specifying the nvidia driver instead of nv"

REGEXP1='Load[[:space:]]*\"glx\"'
REGEXP3='Driver[[:space:]]*\"nvidia\"'

echo ""
echo "Checking for the Load glx statement..."
if ! cat $XF86FILE | sed -e 's/#.*//' | grep $REGEXP1 ; then
echo "You don't seem to have the statement: Load \"glx\""
echo "in the Module section of your XF86Config! By default it"
echo "is there, so if you removed it, replace it, then run this"
echo "script again."
exit
fi

echo "It seems to be intact. Now lets see if you're loading the correct"
echo "video driver..."
if ! cat $XF86FILE | sed -e 's/#.*//' | grep $REGEXP3 ; then
echo "You don't seem to have the statement: Driver \"nvidia\""
echo "in the Device section of your XF86Config! It is possible that"
echo "you are using the \"nv\" module instead. If this is the case,"
echo "then replace \"nv\" with \"nvidia\" and run this script again."
exit
fi
echo "Everything seems fine in your X config file. This is not 100%"
echo "guaranteed to be accurate, but lets continue anyway (press enter)..."

read

echo "The next step involves making sure you have the proper files in"
echo "the right places, and that the kernel module loaded correctly."
echo "Press enter to begin the test."

read

echo "First lets make sure you don't have the old modules still present"
echo "by mistake..."
echo "Checking /usr/X11R6/lib/modules/extensions/libglx.a..."
if [ -f /usr/X11R6/lib/modules/extensions/libglx.a ] ; then
echo "You seem to have a libglx.a file in your
/usr/X11R6/lib/modules/extensions"
echo "directory. This will most likely cause a conflict with the"
echo "current drivers. Remove or rename this file, then run this"
echo "script again."
exit
fi
echo "Checking /usr/X11R6/lib/modules/extensions/libGLcore.a..."
if [ -f /usr/X11R6/lib/modules/extensions/libGLcore.a ] ; then
echo "You seem to have a libGLcore.a file in your
/usr/X11R6/lib/modules/extensions"
echo "directory. This will most likely cause a conflict with the"
echo "current drivers. Remove or rename this file, then run this"
echo "script again."
exit
fi

echo "You don't appear to have any conflicting older drivers. Now lets
check"
echo "if the new driver files are in place..."
echo "Checking /usr/X11R6/lib/modules/drivers/nvidia_drv.o..."
if ! [ -f /usr/X11R6/lib/modules/drivers/nvidia_drv.o ] ; then
echo "Your nvidia_drv.o file is missing! Please get this file from the"
echo "NVIDIA_GLX package, and install it as indicated in the FAQ, then"
echo "run this script again."
exit
fi
echo "Checking /usr/X11R6/lib/modules/extensions/libglx.so..."
if ! [ -f /usr/X11R6/lib/modules/extensions/libglx.so ] ; then
echo "Your libglx.so file is missing! Please get this file from the"
echo "NVIDIA_GLX package, and install it as indicated in the FAQ, then"
echo "run this script again."
exit
fi
echo "Checking /usr/lib/libGL.so..."
if ! [ -f /usr/lib/libGL.so ] ; then
echo "Your libGL.so file is missing! Please get this file from the"
echo "NVIDIA_GLX package, and install it as indicated in the FAQ, then"
echo "run this script again."
exit
fi
if ! ldd /usr/lib/libGL.so | grep libGLcore ; then
echo "Your libGL.so file does not seem to be the one from the"
echo "NVIDIA_GLX package! You probably forgot to install the correct"
echo "libGL.so and left an older copy instead. Put the libGL.so file"
echo "from the NVIDIA_GLX package in /usr/lib, then run this script"
echo "again."
exit
fi
echo "Checking /usr/lib/libGLcore.so.1..."
if ! [ -f /usr/lib/libGLcore.so.1 ] ; then
echo "Your libGLcore.so.1 file is missing! Please get this file from the"
echo "NVIDIA_GLX package, and install it as indicated in the FAQ, then"
echo "run this script again."
exit
fi
echo "All the files seem to exist. Now I'm going to see if your kernel"
echo "module is loaded correctly..."
if ! grep NVdriver /proc/modules ; then
echo "the NVdriver kernel module does not seem to be loaded. The 3D"
echo "drivers will not work without it...please compile it for your"
echo "kernel, set it up to insert the module on boot, then run"
echo "this script again."
echo "Remember if you are having trouble compiling the module,"
echo "try adding -D_LOOSE_KERNEL_NAMES to the Makefile."
exit
fi
if ! [ -r /dev/nvidiactl ] || ! [ -w /dev/nvidiactl ] || ! [ -c
/dev/nvidiactl ] ; then
echo "The kernel device /dev/nvidiactl does not exist, is not a device,"
echo "or does not have the proper permissions set. This dev entry
should"
echo "have been created when you created the kernel module. If you"
echo "compiled the module by hand, you may have to create this device"
echo "manually (major number 195, minor number 255). After this is
done,"
echo "please run this script again."
exit
fi
if ! [ -r /dev/nvidia0 ] || ! [ -w /dev/nvidia0 ] || ! [ -c /dev/nvidia0 ] ;
then
echo "The kernel device /dev/nvidia0 does not exist, is not a device,"
echo "or does not have the proper permissions set. This dev entry
should"
echo "have been created when you created the kernel module. If you"
echo "compiled the module by hand, you may have to create this device"
echo "manually (major number 195, minor number 0). After this is done,"
echo "please run this script again."
exit
fi
if ! [ -r /dev/nvidia1 ] || ! [ -w /dev/nvidia1 ] || ! [ -c /dev/nvidia1 ] ;
then
echo "The kernel device /dev/nvidia1 does not exist, is not a device,"
echo "or does not have the proper permissions set. This dev entry
should"
echo "have been created when you created the kernel module. If you"
echo "compiled the module by hand, you may have to create this device"
echo "manually (major number 195, minor number 1). After this is done,"
echo "please run this script again."
exit
fi
if ! [ -r /dev/nvidia2 ] || ! [ -w /dev/nvidia2 ] || ! [ -c /dev/nvidia2 ] ;
then
echo "The kernel device /dev/nvidia2 does not exist, is not a device,"
echo "or does not have the proper permissions set. This dev entry
should"
echo "have been created when you created the kernel module. If you"
echo "compiled the module by hand, you may have to create this device"
echo "manually (major number 195, minor number 2). After this is done,"
echo "please run this script again."
exit
fi
if ! [ -r /dev/nvidia3 ] || ! [ -w /dev/nvidia3 ] || ! [ -c /dev/nvidia3 ] ;
then
echo "The kernel device /dev/nvidia3 does not exist, is not a device,"
echo "or does not have the proper permissions set. This dev entry
should"
echo "have been created when you created the kernel module. If you"
echo "compiled the module by hand, you may have to create this device"
echo "manually (major number 195, minor number 3). After this is done,"
echo "please run this script again."
exit
fi
echo "Your kernel module seems to be OK! Way to go, we're almost there now!"
echo "Press enter to move on to the last test..."

read

echo "I'm going to check for duplicate OpenGL libraries on your system."
echo "Having such libraries can cause OpenGL applications to run
incorrectly."
echo "Press enter to begin the test."

read

echo "Checking for libGL.so or libMesaGL.so in /lib, /usr/lib,
/usr/local/lib,"
echo "and /usr/X11R6/lib..."
TEMP=`ls /lib/lib*GL.so* /usr/lib/libMesaGL.so* /usr/local/lib/lib*GL.so*
/usr/X11R6/lib/lib*GL.so* 2> /dev/null`
if ! [ -z "$TEMP" ] ; then
echo "I found the following possible conflicting files:"
echo `ls /lib/lib*GL.so* /usr/lib/libMesaGL.so* /usr/local/lib/lib*GL.so*
/usr/X11R6/lib/lib*GL.so* 2> /dev/null`
echo "Unless you know what you're doing, I recommend removing these files"
echo "to prevent applications from using them instead of
/usr/lib/libGL.so"
exit
fi

echo "No conflicting files were found! Your installation appears to be OK!"
echo ""
echo "I've done all I can...if you've gotten this far and things are still"
echo "broken, then please e-mail linux-bugs@nvidia.com with your problem,"
echo "or stop by #nvidia on irc.openprojects.net for help."
echo "Don't forget that you must run /sbin/ldconfig after changing any"
echo "shared libraries!"
echo ""
echo "Have a nice day!"

 

AndreasW
Gast





BeitragVerfasst am: 11. Nov 2001 0:57   Titel: Re: Kernel zu groß + Nvidia Treiber

Ok danke, das konnte den Fehler beheben.
Jetzt läuft alles einwandfrei.
 

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