On Fri, 06 Mar 2015 17:20:08 +0100 David S <ci...@bitmail.cc> wrote > Hi Roberto, > > i just discovered, that when i stop xorg and unload the nvidia driver > (kldunload nvidia) the problem goes away. > > > > 1-Is it a laptop, server or desktop? intel or amd? > > It's a desktop with an Intel chipset (Core i5-2500K cpu) > > > 2-Are you building xorg as a port or installed a pre-compiled pkg? > > pre-compiled xorg pkg > > > 3-Are you loading drm modules in /boot/loader.conf or do you let > > xorg auto load the kernel modules for your card? > > /boot/loader.conf loads the propietary NVidia driver: nvidia_load=YES > and my xorg.conf also loads a nvidia driver: Driver "nvidia" > > > 4-What graphics card is it? ATI or NVIDIA? > > it's a GeForce GTX 760 PCIe card > > > 5-Are you configuring xorg with xorg.conf(deprecated) or starting > > xorg with 'startx'(xinit) or are you using a display manager(xdm)? > > i started with a barebones xorg.conf and had to put in the monitor > h-sync and v-sync values. i've attached the file. FWIW the nVidia driver docs indicate that you should comment, or remove the reference to dri in xorg.conf # Load "dri" but that dri2 is fine. Don't know that that has anything to do with your issue. But thought I'd mention it FWIW.
--Chris > > > 6-Have you read 24.6.1 #13 in the Handbook? > > yes i've been doing that. > > > cheers, > david _______________________________________________ email@example.com mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-current To unsubscribe, send any mail to "freebsd-current-unsubscr...@freebsd.org"