I'm still wrestling with this problem. The BIOS does not have a
section for specifying the memory allocated to the onboard i810 video.
So, I am ending up guessing, which is never a good thing when
diagnosing issues like this. Using videoram values of '32768' and
'65536' cause the X server to not even start. Using 16384 it starts OK,
however I still receive the same 'insufficient resources' when viewing
lots of images. The CacheLines directive doesn't seem to make a
difference, no matter its value.|
I've read of many other folks using the i810 setup on Dell GX110s.. does anyone else experience this problem, or how have they worked around it? Maybe a BIOS upgrade would allow me to specify videoram allocation?
Dan Young wrote:
Michael Blinn wrote:I'm still testing a lot so I only have 3 clients, one is a nVidia GeForce3 TI200 and the other two are i810s; this error occurs on the i810s for-sure, and I need more debugging time to tell if the sudden-crash bug I see on the nVidia box is the same. The server itself has an ES1000 but I haven't logged in there in months.http://www.google.com/search?q=%27BadAlloc+%28insufficient+resources+for+operation%29%27 First hit refers to i810 VRAM issues: http://blog.sontek.net/archive/2007/04/04/Error-BadAlloc-insufficient-resources-for-operation.aspx Can you bump up the VRAM with the X_VIDEORAM parameter in your lts.conf? http://www.ltsp.org/twiki/bin/view/Ltsp/LtsConf#X_VIDEORAM
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