Which version of the nVidia drivers do you have installed? xinit: Resource temporarily unavailable (errno 11): unable to connect to X server xinit: No such process (errno 3): Server error. Which version of the nVidia drivers do you have installed? Please don't fill out this field. http://deftmag.com/could-not/nvidia-could-not-open-the-device-file-dev-nvidia0-operation-not-permitted.html
Make sure that latest NVIDIA driver is installed and running. Unable to something, something... reddazz View Public Profile View LQ Blog View Review Entries View HCL Entries View LQ Wiki Contributions Find More Posts by reddazz 04-05-2005, 06:11 PM #5 xaos5 Member Registered: Does having a finite number of generators with finite order imply that the group is finite?
I understand that I can withdraw my consent at any time. there is a setting in the BIOS that lets you select which video adapter to use. Which version of the nVidia drivers do you > have installed? > > vglserver_config installs a file under /etc/modprobe.d that is supposed > to set the permissions on /dev/nvidia*. asked 3 years ago viewed 2848 times Linked 1 Ubuntu shows wrong graphics card Related 5Installing CUDA on Ubuntu 12.04 with nvidia driver 295.590installing nvidia drivers and control panel5ubuntu 12.04 nvidia
I changed /dev/nvidiactl to 0666, but it changed back to to > following access permission after calling vglrun. > > crw-rw---- 1 root vglusers 195, 255 Jan 10 12:52 /dev/nvidiactl > Libraries don't get upgraded in the standard repos including the update repo (only security/bug fixes are applied). oooooo ok, that makes sense. I'm guessing that is confusing the driver.
Perhaps you were missing the appropriate udev rules to actually> create the device files. >> Put the following in a file (whose name ends in .rules) in> /etc/udev/rules.d>> KERNEL="nvidia[0-9]*", NAME="%k"> KERNEL="nvidiactl", If you haven't restarted the > machine after running vglserver_config, that is the first thing I would > try, although technically it shouldn't be necessary. > > People have been running What is that second card you have the definition for in your xorg.conf file? Any workaround to > remove access restrictions temporary to let me test nvidia set up via > turbovnc connection? > > Thank you. > > Kind regards.
England Distribution: Fedora, CentOS, Debian Posts: 16,298 Rep: Take a look at this thread. Could aliens colonize Earth without realizing humans are people too? You should now get full resolution. When doing this, it outputs three lines into the shell:NVIDIA: could not open the device file /dev/nvidia0 (Operation not permitted).
Is it bad form to write mysterious proofs without explaining what one intends to do? https://ubuntuforums.org/archive/index.php/t-1883590.html To play it safe I renistalled, but I still have the same issue.... Nvidia Could Not Open The Device File /dev/nvidiactl (no Such File Or Directory) Well, you would have to ask them. DBelton View Public Profile Find all posts by DBelton #10 25th February 2011, 04:34 AM donkeyend Offline Registered User Join Date: Jul 2005 Posts: 82 Re: NVIDIA: could
That's what I needed for a rebuild for KUbuntu« 10.04.4-LTS of an eMachines«/Acer« EL1210-09 with a second video display adapter, viz., an Asus« EN210/DI/512MD3(LP), in addition to a 500W Shuttle« PSU Check This Out If you need to reset your password, click here. Code: Q: OpenGL applications exit with the following error message: Error: Could not open /dev/nvidiactl because the permissions are too restrictive. in a recent past many updates would kill "kfind" for some unknown reasons Never had problems with that.
Index User list Rules Search Register Login Welcome to the forums. The card is an Nvidia GTX 570, the computer an Intel i7 with 24GB Ram. I sure hope you can figure it out and get things working for you, though. Source i tried changing the file section to what you said and still the same messages.
I've been trying to get the Nvidia driver working for my laptop for months and have had no luck. NVIDIA-SMI has failed because it couldn't communicate with NVIDIA driver. Any help on this would be greatly appreciated, thank you!!
Next, you will need to reset the permissions on the device files back to their original permissions and owner. It started a few months ago after an update. But obviously I have the driver otherwise it wouldn't work with sudo... the second card is a low end intel gpu.
Any ideas? I followed this tutorial too. Sign up for the SourceForge newsletter: I agree to receive quotes, newsletters and other information from sourceforge.net and its partners regarding IT services and products. have a peek here in a recent past many updates would kill "kfind" for some unknown reasons Reply With Quote 21-Jun-2013,03:21 #6 wolfi323 View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries View Articles Global Moderator
Now configure both monitors as you need them. Click Here to receive this Complete Guide absolutely free. Thanks 12.04 drivers nvidia share|improve this question edited Mar 22 '13 at 13:48 asked Mar 22 '13 at 13:42 vegeta 3624 1 I just discovered I have exactly the same Re: [VirtualGL-Users] vglrun error: NVIDIA: could not open the device file /dev/nvidiactl (Permission denied) From: DRC
vglserver_config installs a file under /etc/modprobe.d that is supposed to set the permissions on /dev/nvidia*. I went through Synaptic and uninstalled everything that had the word ATI in it.... Last edited by cepe (2013-05-26 20:52:02) Offline #3 2013-05-26 21:08:25 foutrelis Developer/TU From: Athens, Greece Registered: 2008-07-28 Posts: 676 Website Re: Chrome/Chromium: NVIDIA: could not open the device file /dev/nvidia0 Same LinuxQuestions.org > Forums > Linux Forums > Linux - Distributions > Slackware Could not open /dev/nvidiactl User Name Remember Me?
Topics: Active | Unanswered Index ┬╗Kernel & Hardware ┬╗Chrome/Chromium: NVIDIA: could not open the device file /dev/nvidia0 Pages: 1 #1 2013-05-12 01:16:15 Sadface Member From: Germany Registered: 2009-12-09 Posts: 46 Chrome/Chromium: After I finished the whole procedure I checked the xorg.conf file and the refresh frequencies continue to be the same. thanks again! If instead your system has the file /etc/logindevperms then you should edit the file and remove the line that lists /dev/nvidiactl.
No, thanks Ubuntu Forums > The Ubuntu Forum Community > Ubuntu Official Flavours Support > Multimedia Software > [SOLVED] Graphics problem, Nvidia GTX 570 PDA View Full Version : [SOLVED] Graphics vglserver_config installs a file under /etc/modprobe.d that is supposed to set the permissions on /dev/nvidia*. You can configure the update applet to do this as well, just add the following line to /etc/PackageKit/ZYpp.conf: Code: HidePackages=true and some have very strange requirement, a CAD program requires "libaudio2"?? Reply With Quote 21-Jun-2013,07:13 #7 dedalus2 View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries View Articles Newcomer Join Date Apr 2011 Posts 40 Re: trouble with /dev/nvidiactl permission thanks for you
This was enabled by default and also specified in the config file. [ 2237.519] (II) "glx" will be loaded. I hope that helps. My post has an alternative solution that will not change even when you reboot your computer. Code: rpm -qi systemd Reply With Quote 19-Jun-2013,09:09 #3 dedalus2 View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries View Articles Newcomer Join Date Apr 2011 Posts 40 Re: trouble with /dev/nvidiactl
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