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by dany-r5
2020-05-06 12:00
Forum: Docs, Howtos, Tips & Tricks
Topic: Debian Buster & NVIDIA C61 (GeForce 6150SE)
Replies: 4
Views: 6750

Re: HOWTO Debian Buster & NVIDIA C61 (GeForce 6150SE)

The reason why GNOME doesn't work is because it requires hardware acceleration, which I'm pretty sure would be available under nouveau as long as the non-free firmware was installed. Ok, I will also add this to my post. Anyway, all is working fine for me without hardware acceleration, GNOME also. T...
by dany-r5
2020-05-06 07:33
Forum: Docs, Howtos, Tips & Tricks
Topic: Debian Buster & NVIDIA C61 (GeForce 6150SE)
Replies: 4
Views: 6750

Re: HOWTO Debian Buster & NVIDIA C61 (GeForce 6150SE)

Following your comments I have made some test and I just found that GNOME is also working now. I don't understand why :? Did you try installing the firmware-misc-nonfree package? That includes firmware for several NVIDIA cards, nouveau won't work properly for those cards without it. I didn't try thi...
by dany-r5
2020-05-04 07:06
Forum: Docs, Howtos, Tips & Tricks
Topic: Debian Buster & NVIDIA C61 (GeForce 6150SE)
Replies: 4
Views: 6750

Debian Buster & NVIDIA C61 (GeForce 6150SE)

Hello, I struggled for a while to make my nVidia GeForce 6150SE nForce 430 graphics card work with Debian Buster (10.3.0), and I would like to share with you the solution I found. Here a brief log of what I tried: I installed Debian 10 with GNOME Desktop (using default nouveau driver) and I have a s...
by dany-r5
2007-10-09 16:58
Forum: System and Network configuration
Topic: Laptop no longer wakes up from RAM suspension
Replies: 1
Views: 886

Laptop no longer wakes up from RAM suspension

Hello, My case is the following: After the installation of Debian Lenny kernel 2.6.18-4-686 on my laptop, it goes perfectly to RAM suspension and it wakes up ok every time. I continued installing applications on the system and configuring some hardware (like touchpad, wireless card and fn keys) and ...
by dany-r5
2007-10-09 16:30
Forum: System and Network configuration
Topic: Drop policy iptables rules - own machine
Replies: 1
Views: 724

Drop policy iptables rules - own machine

Hi everyone! I am trying to configure a "high-security" (as high as I can) firewall for my own machine (that is connected to the internet through a router). I thought the best option is DROP policy but there is not much information on the net about it. I have written the following script t...