By default, LUT updates are not synchronized. That was found at: The problem can also be caused by buggy BIOS’s that don’t report proper values for mmconfig space. In reply to this post by Andrew Morton-8 For the benefit of anyone searching later: It would be useful to add some printk’s to mmconfig to dump out the table after it discovers the table. Just my 2 cents, Willy – To unsubscribe from this list: Marvell Technology Group Ltd.
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Hardware designs will vary from manufacturer to manufacturer, so please consult with a system’s manufacturer to determine whether that particular system is compatible.
I’m hitting here the same problem on the Intel iMac. Added a new Ilnux configuration option “Interactive”, which defaults to enabled, but can be disabled to allow long-running GPU compute programs to run concurrently with X.
In reply to this post by Andrew Morton You can try it, but it might gag DGET not recognized by Linux.
The problem was the current linux Marvell drivers 2. A further note, neither the Yukon DOS diagnostics that came with the card v6.
Help: DGE-560T not recognized by Linux
I applied this patch to 2. Free forum by Nabble.
In reply to this post by Willy Tarreau. Setting latency timer of device It is intended for use with Tesla compute products.
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It would be useful to add some printk’s kinux mmconfig to dump out the table after it discovers the table. By default, LUT updates are not synchronized. Looking at the card, it appears to be a Marvell chip, but neither the sk98lin or skge drivers worked.
NVS Quadro series: Andi has a follow-on patch at: Fixed several bugs relating to hardware-accelerated gradients, which were causing visual corruption in some 56t0 the default Ubuntu GNOME themes.
D-Link System Inc Unknown device 4b00 rev 11 ULi M at pci That was found at: On Mon, Feb 20, at Hi Greg, On Sat, Feb 18, at I have no idea why, unfortunately. ALi Corporation Unknown device c The sky2 driver seems lniux support this device. In reply lunux this post by Andrew Morton-8 For the benefit of anyone searching later: I don’t know what would cause that. Once you have downloaded the driver, change to the directory containing the driver package and install the driver by running, as root, sh.
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I made them available from my website if you are interested: See web-based documentation and associated nvml. Just in case anyone llnux think that would indicate a bad card, in my case it didn’t.
It could be interesting to diff this with what is in the current kernel. There is some code in mmconfig.