Ian Malone wrote:
If he has done these then does anyone know how nouveau could still
loaded? The next step would be to add nouveau as a rdblacklist line in
the kernel arguments, it looks like this is now done via
GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX in /etc/default/grub.
Lawrence Graves <lgraves95(a)gmail.com> wrote:
I just placed rdblacklist=nouveau in the grub command line and also
to the blacklist.conf file and then rebooted and nothing. It blinked about 3
times and then the readout it showed in the beginning and then 1 minute
later the error message: iwl4965 0000:0c:00.0: Aggregation not enabled for
tid 0 because load=1.
Okay, I think we're getting somewhere. This is different to what it
was doing before? If you can get to a text login screen (Ctl-Alt-F2,
or try Ctl-Alt- F1 through to F8) then check nouveau isn't being
loaded and see if you can get hold of the Xorg startup log
If you want to be able to rule out the iwl4965 module as a cause at
this point then you can use an rdblacklist=iwl4965 kernel argument
TOGETHER WITH the rdblacklist=nouveau. If X starts up then some
conflict with iwl4965 is the cause if not then hopefully the X.0.org
file will indicate what the problem is.