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i will try that. so far so good with the 2.6 kernel. my mouse works properly except what i already said about the scroll wheel. when i initially installed the ...
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    i will try that. so far so good with the 2.6 kernel. my mouse works properly except what i already said about the scroll wheel. when i initially installed the 2.6 kernel it wouldnt work right with out the modules that needed to be installed. so everything worked out once i got them installed. and btw you cant even mount a drive correctly without those modules installed. i think that had to do with the fact that i am running reiserfs and it seemed to be not working right so that mounting the cdrom was impossible. there was something wrong with the ntfs share i mount i am not sure why that is. it seems to have problems that the kernel is not wanting to deal with so it still mounts read-only. thanks for the help.


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    thanks dapper dan for the mouse fix it worked and i now can scroll. i also got the nvidia drivers installed properly. i am going to try installing UT2004 to test it out.
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    i get this in my dmesg for my ntfs share between the two OS boots
    NTFS volume version 3.1.
    NTFS-fs warning (device hdb1): load_system_files(): Volume is dirty. Will not be able to remount read-write. Run chkdsk and mount in Windows.

    any ideas?

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    i got UT 2004 working man thats cool to get a game working under linux. i have finally gotten to the point where i wanted to be. the ntfs warning is a little wierd but i can still atleast read from it.
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