[mythtv-users] freezes, Fedora, Myth(TV)ology, NVidia, glx
beww at beww.org
Wed Mar 8 19:51:44 UTC 2006
On Mar 8, 2006, at 11:20 AM, Peter Watkins wrote:
> On Wed, Mar 08, 2006 at 01:04:22PM -0500, White Joe wrote:
>> Yeah. Been there. Check out your xorg.conf. You probably have glx
>> loaded in the modules section, and nvidia as the driver in the device
>> section. If your system is like mine, then they are grumping at one
>> another. Changing "nvidia" back to "nv" [contrary to Jarod's
>> instructions] will let you use your MythBox. No doubt this is a
>> sin, but I haven't been able to find the True Cause yet. Whats
>> weird is
>> that I didn't have this problem in 0.17, 0.18 or 0.18.1.
> I had simliar trouble. My solution was to remove the xorg.conf line
> causing glx to load, and use the frontend setup to disable the various
> OpenGL effects.
> I think my inability to use Picture-in-Picture may be related to my
> abandoning glx and OpenGL, but I can live with that for now. I haven't
> tried playing a DVD, but Live TV, Watch Recordings, Image Viewer,
> MythWeather, MythFlix, and MythMusic all work with glx disabled.
PiP and DVD viewing work for me with Load "glx" commented out, using
Check that you are using "standard" mpeg decoding (not libmpeg2 or
XvMC), that one caught me.
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