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ok well i recompiled without 4k stacks like that fix said, emreged new masked nvidia modules and everythign works i even have tv-out working. But i was wonderinng, right now ...
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    ok well i recompiled without 4k stacks like that fix said, emreged new masked nvidia modules and everythign works i even have tv-out working. But i was wonderinng, right now i have a clone set up with my tv is there any way to get my configuration to be more like a video overlay, so i can watch a movie on one screen and still be able to use the other screen for stuff. Thanks

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    leni07 I had this problem too with 2.6.7 (and the -bk10, the -bk5 died before X inited) witht the -5336, I updated to -6106 (or what ever the num) and the problem disappeared - I use the 4K stacks in 2.6.7.
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    you must select legacy /proc/pci until kernel help says its obsolete, without it nvidia module don't load
    I've resolved this problem in this mode

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    Yes, I've just upgraded my kernel and hit the same problem too. Thanks to some poking around and some guesswork, and probably blind luck I'm back in a working X.

    What I did was add the following to /etc/portage/package.keywords:

    Code:
    media-video/nvidia-kernel       ~x86
    media-video/nvidia-glx          ~x86
    x11-base/opengl-update          ~x86
    Then I emerged my nvidia stuff:

    Code:
    emerge -uav media-video/nvidia-kernel media-video/nvidia-glx
    All seems well. You could potentially use
    Code:
    ACCEPT_KEYWORDS="~x86"
    I guess, but I've recently read that this is not the proper way to do it now.

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