GTX 1080 TI and mageia 7.1

GTX 1080 TI and mageia 7.1

Postby lmh1 » Oct 17th, '20, 17:45

Someone tryed latest driver on mageia?
450.66 because i did not get older 430 to works so i guess its poor made?
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Re: GTX 1080 TI and mageia 7.1

Postby doktor5000 » Oct 17th, '20, 18:58

What does "i did not get older 430 to works" actually mean, you should add some context information.
Did you manually try to install the 430 driver that you downloaded from Nvidia, or did you use the packaged version from Mageia repositories?

Also, why don't you ask how to get the 430 setup correctly, if that doesn't work for you? Do you guess a later driver will magically fix that ?
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Re: GTX 1080 TI and mageia 7.1

Postby lmh1 » Oct 17th, '20, 19:10

yes i use mageia own nvidia drivers on add or remove program to be sure its should works, its DMS or simular.

Also, why don't you ask how to get the 430 setup correctly, if that doesn't work for you? Do you guess a later driver will magically fix that ?

I have make its works on ubuntu 20.04 there is latest one nvidia 450.80.02 so why mageia have to old i did not know?

Did you have fix?
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Re: GTX 1080 TI and mageia 7.1

Postby doktor5000 » Oct 18th, '20, 11:04

Why don't you simply use drakx11 to setup the driver, there's no need to manually install the packages. https://doc.mageia.org/mcc/7/en/content ... ml#XFdrake
And when you don't post some log excerpts from when the driver is configured and you rebooted, can't really tell you what a fix would be if we don't know what's wrong.
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Re: GTX 1080 TI and mageia 7.1

Postby lmh1 » Nov 1st, '20, 18:46

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Where is GTX 1080 TI on this list? its 5-10 year old grapical list?

I get fixed boot: Xorg - Vesa works but nvidia tool will not start.
So how to fix its completly? or its only ubuntu that works with lastest nvidia drivers?

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its only old drivers here?
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Re: GTX 1080 TI and mageia 7.1

Postby doktor5000 » Nov 1st, '20, 19:12

lmh1 wrote:I get fixed boot: Xorg - Vesa works but nvidia tool will not start. So how to fix its completly?

I don't get what you're asking.
And if you switch to vesa driver then it's obvious why nvidia-settings will not work.
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Re: GTX 1080 TI and mageia 7.1

Postby morgano » Nov 5th, '20, 23:07

"Where is GTX 1080 TI on this list? its 5-10 year old grapical list?"
I believe the preselected alternative will work.
Have you tried?
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Re: GTX 1080 TI and mageia 7.1

Postby lmh1 » Dec 10th, '20, 22:57

I did not know what happed but KDE did not boot longer so much switch to gnome to get it to boot.

Sorry its poor system with old bootloader kernel 5.10 did not boot with ubuntu.
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