I thought the 2.6.34 kernel already have this patch but it seems i was wrong…
So if i will install the system with ACPI on OFF mode i will be need to recompile the kernel with this patch to get things working?
Your NVIDIA GeForce 310M may not like the nouveau driver. Did you read the openSUSE-11.3 release notes? You could read this guide: SDB:Configuring graphics cards - openSUSE [ie try the boot code ‘nomodeset’ ]
Be cautious of generic comments about multiple cores not working because in some cases the comments are wrong or misleading. I have a Core i7 desktop, and all 4 cores work fine with openSUSE.
oldcpu adjusted his/her AFDB on Sun 18 July 2010 22:16 to write:
> Be cautious of generic comments about multiple cores not working
> because in some cases the comments are wrong or misleading. I have a
> Core i7 desktop, and all 4 cores work fine with openSUSE.
The cores will not all work if he has to boot with the acpi=off param, this
was suggested by another poster as a test to see if it was a problem with
the kernel parameters, just in case he has a dodgy DSDT or BIOS.
I then suggested acpi-ht which will give him all cores ( well it did on my
AMD no experience with Intel as my post said, I was CMA )
Nullus in verba
Nil illegitimi carborundum
> But now i have another problems, i dont have WIFI, my card rtl8191se
> not installed and i cant understand from the forum what to do.
There is a Linux driver for that device, but it is not in the kernel. You will
have to download the source code from realtek.com and build it yourself. There
is a recent thread in the wireless forum where a user went through the process
with an rtl8192se. You will need to do similar things.
Everything about it works perfectly, as you have discovered installing the 2.6.35 kernel enables all the hardware power management and usb ports.
The nvidia 330 I have is very similar to your 310 also works well, but requires a bit of work to get things going, there are a few threads on how to install the nvidia driver from source and I can confirm that the nvidia driver works extremely well following the directions laid out in other parts of the forum.
The realtek driver for the wireless card can be downloaded at the realtek website, and it also works extremely well. You will need to compile the driver, not really difficult, just a make, make install, reboot and it works fine.
Just be aware that using the 2.6.35 kernel means there will be updates to the kernel, and if you update you will have to install the nvidia driver again, and the realtek driver.
On 07/18/2010 06:36 PM, nkavkaz wrote:
> I am trying to doing this but i dont know how to add the 2.6.35 resource
> to the YAST,
> to copile it i need the kernel headers, right?
> so how can i install the headers?
> you talking about twelveeighty’s thread?
> ‘Thread’ (http://tinyurl.com/3746d8p)
> are you know witch kernel he using? because i am updated the kernel
> only to get ACPI to work…
No, I meant http://tinyurl.com/36zqt4c. He is using a 2.6.34 kernel. The headers
should be on the same repo as where you got the 2.6.35 kernel. If not there, you
may have to get full source from kernel.org.
Do you have the compiled drivers that i need ?
Can you send me them?!
because i cant make it work.
i cant just do “make” to compile the drivers because i dont have the 2.6.35 header and i dont know how to get them…i downloaded the full source from The Linux Kernel Archives but this is not helping me in the driver compilation …
BTW, i already dune this in ubunutu , but on openSUSE i just dont get it.
Can someone explaon to me how can i add the the new kernel source (2.6.35) to my repositories on YAST?
i cant figure it out and cant find information about it in the net…
i am trying to install the source throu rpm file i get NOKEY
i am trying to install the source throu YAST i dont have its there…
ehat should i do?