[mythtv-users] My myth display is on acid
memmott at gmail.com
Sun Dec 31 04:11:27 UTC 2006
How do I find out what other drivers are available for my kernel? I was
running the open drivers from axel's yum repository. Attempting to install
the proprietary Nvidia drivers tells me that "No precompiled kernel
interface was found to match your kernel."
The only way I know to install the drivers is from Wilson's MythTV HOWTO, by
running "yum -y install nvidia-graphics8776-kmdl-$KVER" - How do I know what
the lower versions are? I assume I can switch versions by using the
On 11/26/06, William Munson <wmunson at rochester.rr.com> wrote:
> Matt Emmott wrote:
> > I just finished a fresh install of Myth on Fedora Core 6 with a
> > PVR-150 capture card, and a Chaintech GeForce FX 5200 video card.
> > Right now I'm outputting via VGA to my monitor. The GUI works fine
> > when I run mythtvsetup, but when I run mythfrontend the GUI is all
> > 'whacky' looking. It's hard to describe, but basically the colors all
> > look distorted and weird. Trying to watch live tv gives me a blank
> > screen, and I can't get back to the desktop - I reboot via SSH.
> > Switching themes and trying the OpenGL rendering engine don't help.
> > Playing an MPEG that I captured through the PVR-150 card works just
> > I'm running:
> > mythtv-0.20-146.fc6.at <http://mythtv-0.20-146.fc6.at>
> > 2.6.18-1.2849.fc6 kernel
> > nv 8776 drivers
> > Any ideas?
> This one drove me crazy. Turned out to be the nVidia driver version I
> was running. I think that your version is the version that gave me
> problems. Try the oldest driver available for your version kernel.
> Good luck!
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