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Old 08-29-2007, 12:17 AM   #1
ashwinidubey
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graphic card problem


hello every one,
i own a HP Pavalion DV6114tx notebook pc, that has nvidia graphic card and full fledge support for openGL,
i am a game programmer and willing to learn openGL and tying it on my Suse 10.2.
problem is when i run glxinfo command it says hardware rendering not supported,
that is because nvidia graphic card is not installed properly.
when i install nvidia driver it says xserver running.
when i run some program on linux my desktop colors will be distracted (e.g. all the icons will have changed colors, text colors are changed, and others more..)
how should i install my driver in suse10.2
or how to boot machine on shell instead of gui.

needed urgent help.



regards,
ashwini.dubey@hotmail.com
 
Old 08-29-2007, 12:27 AM   #2
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http://www.suse.de/~sndirsch/nvidia-...ler-HOWTO.html

for your future reference (you don't need this for the easy way to install):

to go into text mode, Alt+control+F1 to F6; F7 brings you back to the gui. in a terminal, log in as root and type "init 3" init is the father of all processes, and the number indicates the runlevel of the machine (function level, 3 is text with multi user, 5 is gui with multi user. 0 is shut down, 6 is reboot. various services turn on/off with each runlevel. There is a run level 1, single user text mode. 2 and 4 are for user-definition)

you may also boot to text by typing a 3 at the boot loader.

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