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How to install nvidia-glx_100.14.09 at sid ?

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8,056 words with 3 Comments; publish: Tue, 20 May 2008 12:48:00 GMT; (400109.38, « »)

hi

I have sid

I want to play WoW so install wine and wow

when I start "wine WoW.exe"

display error "3D not accel.. TMU..."

so I knew that nvidia-glx-100.14.11-1 is not play WOW

How to install nvidia-glx_100.14.09 at sid ?

ps. sorry my english..

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    • On Mon, Sep 17, 2007 at 14:21:48 +0900, onlynewro wrote:

      > hi

      > I have sid

      > I want to play WoW so install wine and wow

      > when I start "wine WoW.exe"

      > display error "3D not accel.. TMU..."

      > so I knew that nvidia-glx-100.14.11-1 is not play WOW

      > How to install nvidia-glx_100.14.09 at sid ?

      You can find older versions of Debian packages at snapshot.debian.org:

      http://snapshot.debian.net/archive/.../>

      cs-drivers/

      However, I would first check your GLX configuration by running the

      following command in a xterm (or similar):

      glxinfo | grep direct

      You should get the output "direct rendering: Yes". If you get "No" then

      you have to fix your configuration. We can of course help you with that.

      In that case, run

      egrep '^\((EE|WW)\)' /var/log/Xorg.0.log

      and post the output here. (This will list all errors and warnings of

      your X server.)

      > ps. sorry my english..

      Don't worry; it is no problem to understand you.

      Regards, | http://users.icfo.es/Florian.Kulzer

      Florian |

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      #1; Tue, 20 May 2008 12:49:00 GMT
    • thanks Florian Kulzer

      my problem is

      OpenGL won't start - "dual-TMU support error" *Note:* This is likely a

      version-specific bug for the nVidia drivers.

      If you have a very recent nVidia card or similar, you may get an error that

      says "Please install a 3D accelerator card with dual-TMU support."

      You will need the latest beta drivers 100.14.xx (at the time of this edit),

      in order to start X. 100.14.09 drivers worked fine for me with WoW however

      100.14.11 exhibited this error message.

      Rollback if you get this and wait for more stable Wine/WoW/NVidia

      combination.

      -- This problem has appeared on the Intel 910GMA chipset. It may have

      something to do with having no proper hardware support working as glxgears

      produced <1 FPS in this same circumstance.

      site address is

      http://gentoo-wiki.com/ HOWTO_Insta...upport_error.22

      I know "glxinfo | grep direct" so I'm check yes

      and i know site that http://snapshot.debian.net

      > /archive/2007/06/20/debian/pool/non-free/n/nvidia-graphics-driver

      but I don't install package nvidia-glx_100.14.09 because dependecy

      how can I install nvidia-glx_100.14.09

      i want to know old version package install method

      and I have another problem

      I don't know what can I do so I do reinstall debian sid

      but this time I even don't install any version nvidia-glx OTL

      i trying to this method that Use module-assistant. <java script:;> (

      http://home.comcast.net/~andrex/Deb...stallation.html )

      and I first time success that method but second time is not

      I think problem that is kernel version update

      right?

      debian is so defficult much..... OTL

      please help me

      2007/9/18, Florian Kulzer <florian.kulzer+debian.debian.questionfor.info.icfo.es>:

      >

      > You can find older versions of Debian packages at snapshot.debian.org:

      >

      > http://snapshot.debian.net/archive/...

      hics-drivers/

      > However, I would first check your GLX configuration by running the

      > following command in a xterm (or similar):

      > glxinfo | grep direct

      > You should get the output "direct rendering: Yes". If you get "No" then

      > you have to fix your configuration. We can of course help you with that.

      > In that case, run

      > egrep '^\((EE|WW)\)' /var/log/Xorg.0.log

      > and post the output here. (This will list all errors and warnings of

      > your X server.)

      >

      > Don't worry; it is no problem to understand you.

      > --

      > Regards, | http://users.icfo.es/Florian.Kulzer

      > Florian |

      >

      > --

      > To UNSUBSCRIBE, email to debian-user-REQUEST.debian.questionfor.info.lists.debian.org

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      #2; Tue, 20 May 2008 12:50:00 GMT
    • On Tue, Sep 18, 2007 at 08:11:11 +0900, onlynewro wrote:

      > thanks Florian Kulzer

      > my problem is

      > OpenGL won't start - "dual-TMU support error" *Note:* This is likely a

      > version-specific bug for the nVidia drivers.

      > If you have a very recent nVidia card or similar, you may get an error tha

      t

      > says "Please install a 3D accelerator card with dual-TMU support."

      > You will need the latest beta drivers 100.14.xx (at the time of this edit)

      ,

      > in order to start X. 100.14.09 drivers worked fine for me with WoW however

      > 100.14.11 exhibited this error message.

      [...]

      > site address is

      > http://gentoo-wiki.com/ HOWTO_Insta...upport_error.22

      [...]

      > but I don't install package nvidia-glx_100.14.09 because dependecy

      > how can I install nvidia-glx_100.14.09

      > i want to know old version package install method

      > and I have another problem

      > I don't know what can I do so I do reinstall debian sid

      > but this time I even don't install any version nvidia-glx OTL

      > i trying to this method that Use module-assistant. <java script:;> (

      > http://home.comcast.net/~andrex/Deb...stallation.html )

      > and I first time success that method but second time is not

      > I think problem that is kernel version update

      > right?

      > debian is so defficult much..... OTL

      > please help me

      If you have dependency problems with the old nvidia-* packages then it

      might be easier to purge all nvidia-* packages from your system and

      to install the 100.14.09 driver using nvidia's own installer script:

      http://www.nvidia.com/object/linux_..._100.14.09.html

      If you use the nvidia installer then you have to re-run the installer

      script whenever the xserver-xorg-core package gets updated by your

      package manager.

      Regards, | http://users.icfo.es/Florian.Kulzer

      Florian |

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      g

      #3; Tue, 20 May 2008 12:51:00 GMT