01:46 PyR3X: after upgrading to the 5.x kernel I can no longer boot. The last thing is fb0: switching to nouveaufb from EFI VGA. I can put in nomodeset in grub to properly boot to the console but I still can't get into X anymore. There are no issues on 4.19 kernel -- any ideas? I don't have any proprietary code running and I'm on debian/sid
02:17 rowbee: PyR3X: try booting bios
02:18 rowbee: to see whether the EFI framebuffer switch could be causing the problem
02:18 rowbee: also which card
02:24 pabs3: (also try the bisect I mentioned elsewhere)
03:01 PyR3X: rowbee: what does the framebuffer switch do? I'll check the bios now
03:02 rowbee: i have no idea, i was just suggesting it if it was the last thing you saw
03:02 rowbee: you probably want to do a "grub-install --platform i386-pc /dev/sdX" and a reboot
03:03 rowbee: and then restore your x86_64-efi install after testing
03:04 rowbee: you might need a = in place of that space after platform
05:21 fling: Why is BusID needed to be specified for xorg to find my gpu?
05:23 fling: is nva3 a fine card?
05:23 fling: direct rendering works in comparison to ast
10:41 AndrewR: fling, nva3 with 1G vram works here faster than (partially-reclocked) g92, but still OpenGL 3.3 (but with slighty more extensions compared to g92 - namely GL_ARB_transform_feedback2 is present so WebGL2 has chance to run in Firefox ...))
11:17 fling: AndrewR: I like it because it is tiny and low power
16:20 rhysperry111: Hi guys, I am the owner of a 1050Ti. A while back I heard that NVidia was gonna be doing a talk about open source but it got canceled because of the human malware. I seem to remember hearing that the talk could have resulted in power management on more recent cards. Have there been any updates on this?
16:47 RSpliet: rhysperry111: nope, soz
16:48 RSpliet: Although ARM did confess that they provide some support to the OSS 3D Pan/Bi driver. And with NVIDIA acquiring ARM, I feel like we've ended up in a warped reality all of the sudden.
16:53 karolherbst: :p
16:53 karolherbst: rhysperry111: well.. right.. I think people have to wait until nvidia is ready to announce something
17:02 RSpliet: Soon™
17:10 karolherbst: yeah...
17:13 RSpliet: https://developer.valvesoftware.com/wiki/Valve_Time
17:13 RSpliet: Nice