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Re: [Xen-devel] results

On Tue, 13 Jul 2004, Ian Pratt wrote:

> Which nvidia driver? One in the Linux kernel, or can it work just
> by using a suitable driver in the Xserver?  What mechanism does
> it use to write the mtrr's ? (these could be virtualised without
> too much trouble -- there's already an rd/wrmsr.)

latest driver, which is of course mostly a binary module. I'll look for 
what source I can. 

I am guessing it stupidly does a rdmsr/wrmsr since it got the GPF.

> We've had X working with a bunch of different graphics cards, but
> I don't think I've seen an nvidia.

Good cards, hard company to work with.


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