Bug#735424: nvidia-driver: New vesa test
debian at dct.mine.nu
Wed Jan 22 12:40:42 UTC 2014
Am 22.01.2014 13:16, schrieb Andreas Beckmann:
> This time the log shows a clean vesa install. And if vesa is not working (even if it would be horribly slow), there
> seems to be something else going on. It's not the nvidia driver being faulty - the same happens there, but you don't
> see the flickering because its "too fast". I see the same in the Xorg.log from both drivers - X is started
> successfully. But right now I'm out of clues how to debug this further - the X maintainers might help here to get vesa
> running. And if that is working, switching back to nvidia should be no problem. Andreas
Thank you for analyzing and trying to solve the problem!
It seems to be a really sucking problem with the configuration of this installation.
Is there a chance for a simply and clean reinstall of all the stuff around X and Nvida?
Maybe this could save the personal settings and get the same situation as a new installation?
Otherwise i think this will cost to much time for further analyzing of this problem.
Then there only two options:
1. Wait and try another upgrade from wheezy to jessie in hope that it will work later.
2. Uninstall the nvidia debian packages and try to use the original NVidia installer.
(I have no idea what the NVidia installer is making different that it works?)
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