QNX 6.1 Browser Issue

I did a clean install of QNX 6.1. I setup my modem and dialed my ISP. The
status bar says that the web browser is loading pages, but the window where
the webpage is “suppose to be” is empty / transparent??? I mean,
there’s no webpage, just the browser “frame” and in it, my desktop backdrop.

I have a GeForce 2 Utlta graphics card and am using the TNT video driver.
So far, this is the only place I’ve seen this happen.

Any suggestions?

Thanks

On Sat, 21 Jul 2001 07:18:54 -0500, “Dale Frameli”
<dframeli@texas.net> wrote:

Does the helpviewer display the docs? Can you see local htmls
(help pages for example) with Voyager (use file:// or configure
slinger to serve pages locally)? When you stop loading a page after
some time, does a portion of it appear? Is anything actually received
(check the source of a page being loaded and the amount of bytes
received)?

ako
]

I did a clean install of QNX 6.1. I setup my modem and dialed my ISP. The
status bar says that the web browser is loading pages, but the window where
the webpage is “suppose to be” is empty / transparent??? I mean,
there’s no webpage, just the browser “frame” and in it, my desktop backdrop.

I have a GeForce 2 Utlta graphics card and am using the TNT video driver.
So far, this is the only place I’ve seen this happen.

Any suggestions?

Thanks

When I installed QNX v6.1, I selected TNT for the video driver. The desktop
looks very nice and everything seemed to work well until I tried to use
Voyager. Voyager either doesn’t display the contents of web pages, or it
gets messed up by leaving “closed” windows on the screen. I tried using
fewer colors 8~>32 bit, but nothing worked until I tried the VESA driver.
The VESA driver was the only one that could display the web page content for
me, but it’s extremely slow compared to what you’d expect from a GeForce2
Ultra.

Are there known problems with the TNT driver? Is there a GeForce2 specific
driver that works better than VESA and without the screen corruption I’ve
experienced using TNT?

Thanks!



“Andrzej Kocon” <ako@box43.gnet.pl> wrote in message
news:3b5a9048.538378@inn.qnx.com

On Sat, 21 Jul 2001 07:18:54 -0500, “Dale Frameli”
dframeli@texas.net> > wrote:

Does the helpviewer display the docs? Can you see local htmls
(help pages for example) with Voyager (use file:// or configure
slinger to serve pages locally)? When you stop loading a page after
some time, does a portion of it appear? Is anything actually received
(check the source of a page being loaded and the amount of bytes
received)?

ako
]
I did a clean install of QNX 6.1. I setup my modem and dialed my ISP.
The
status bar says that the web browser is loading pages, but the window
where
the webpage is “suppose to be” is empty / transparent??? I mean,
there’s no webpage, just the browser “frame” and in it, my desktop
backdrop.

I have a GeForce 2 Utlta graphics card and am using the TNT video driver.
So far, this is the only place I’ve seen this happen.

Any suggestions?

Thanks

Dale Frameli <dframeli@texas.net> wrote:

When I installed QNX v6.1, I selected TNT for the video driver. The desktop
looks very nice and everything seemed to work well until I tried to use
Voyager. Voyager either doesn’t display the contents of web pages, or it
gets messed up by leaving “closed” windows on the screen. I tried using
fewer colors 8~>32 bit, but nothing worked until I tried the VESA driver.
The VESA driver was the only one that could display the web page content for
me, but it’s extremely slow compared to what you’d expect from a GeForce2
Ultra.

Are there known problems with the TNT driver? Is there a GeForce2 specific
driver that works better than VESA and without the screen corruption I’ve
experienced using TNT?

I have no problmes with running GeForce2 MX at home with QNX RTOS 6.1GA.
Can you post ‘uname -a’ & ‘pci -v’, is it happning on any web page? (if not
can you post it so I can reproduce it)

Regards,

Marcin

Thanks!



“Andrzej Kocon” <> ako@box43.gnet.pl> > wrote in message
news:> 3b5a9048.538378@inn.qnx.com> …
On Sat, 21 Jul 2001 07:18:54 -0500, “Dale Frameli”
dframeli@texas.net> > wrote:

Does the helpviewer display the docs? Can you see local htmls
(help pages for example) with Voyager (use file:// or configure
slinger to serve pages locally)? When you stop loading a page after
some time, does a portion of it appear? Is anything actually received
(check the source of a page being loaded and the amount of bytes
received)?

ako
]
I did a clean install of QNX 6.1. I setup my modem and dialed my ISP.
The
status bar says that the web browser is loading pages, but the window
where
the webpage is “suppose to be” is empty / transparent??? I mean,
there’s no webpage, just the browser “frame” and in it, my desktop
backdrop.

I have a GeForce 2 Utlta graphics card and am using the TNT video driver.
So far, this is the only place I’ve seen this happen.

Any suggestions?

Thanks

It happens for all web pages. I will issue the two commands you gave me and
let you know the outcome. Any special instructions? I’m new to QNX :slight_smile:

Thanks



“Tools Mail Account” <tools@qnx.com> wrote in message
news:9k3tau$7f1$2@nntp.qnx.com

Dale Frameli <> dframeli@texas.net> > wrote:
When I installed QNX v6.1, I selected TNT for the video driver. The
desktop
looks very nice and everything seemed to work well until I tried to use
Voyager. Voyager either doesn’t display the contents of web pages, or
it
gets messed up by leaving “closed” windows on the screen. I tried using
fewer colors 8~>32 bit, but nothing worked until I tried the VESA
driver.
The VESA driver was the only one that could display the web page content
for
me, but it’s extremely slow compared to what you’d expect from a
GeForce2
Ultra.

Are there known problems with the TNT driver? Is there a GeForce2
specific
driver that works better than VESA and without the screen corruption
I’ve
experienced using TNT?

I have no problmes with running GeForce2 MX at home with QNX RTOS 6.1GA.
Can you post ‘uname -a’ & ‘pci -v’, is it happning on any web page? (if
not
can you post it so I can reproduce it)

Regards,

Marcin

Thanks!



“Andrzej Kocon” <> ako@box43.gnet.pl> > wrote in message
news:> 3b5a9048.538378@inn.qnx.com> …
On Sat, 21 Jul 2001 07:18:54 -0500, “Dale Frameli”
dframeli@texas.net> > wrote:

Does the helpviewer display the docs? Can you see local htmls
(help pages for example) with Voyager (use file:// or configure
slinger to serve pages locally)? When you stop loading a page after
some time, does a portion of it appear? Is anything actually received
(check the source of a page being loaded and the amount of bytes
received)?

ako
]
I did a clean install of QNX 6.1. I setup my modem and dialed my ISP.
The
status bar says that the web browser is loading pages, but the window
where
the webpage is “suppose to be” is empty / transparent??? I mean,
there’s no webpage, just the browser “frame” and in it, my desktop
backdrop.

I have a GeForce 2 Utlta graphics card and am using the TNT video
driver.
So far, this is the only place I’ve seen this happen.

Any suggestions?

Thanks

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Dale Frameli <dframeli@texas.net> wrote:

It happens for all web pages. I will issue the two commands you gave me and
let you know the outcome. Any special instructions? I’m new to QNX > :slight_smile:

just an outputs from the ‘pci -v’ and ‘uname -a’

Thanks



“Tools Mail Account” <> tools@qnx.com> > wrote in message
news:9k3tau$7f1$> 2@nntp.qnx.com> …
Dale Frameli <> dframeli@texas.net> > wrote:
When I installed QNX v6.1, I selected TNT for the video driver. The
desktop
looks very nice and everything seemed to work well until I tried to use
Voyager. Voyager either doesn’t display the contents of web pages, or
it
gets messed up by leaving “closed” windows on the screen. I tried using
fewer colors 8~>32 bit, but nothing worked until I tried the VESA
driver.
The VESA driver was the only one that could display the web page content
for
me, but it’s extremely slow compared to what you’d expect from a
GeForce2
Ultra.

Are there known problems with the TNT driver? Is there a GeForce2
specific
driver that works better than VESA and without the screen corruption
I’ve
experienced using TNT?

I have no problmes with running GeForce2 MX at home with QNX RTOS 6.1GA.
Can you post ‘uname -a’ & ‘pci -v’, is it happning on any web page? (if
not
can you post it so I can reproduce it)

Regards,

Marcin

Thanks!



“Andrzej Kocon” <> ako@box43.gnet.pl> > wrote in message
news:> 3b5a9048.538378@inn.qnx.com> …
On Sat, 21 Jul 2001 07:18:54 -0500, “Dale Frameli”
dframeli@texas.net> > wrote:

Does the helpviewer display the docs? Can you see local htmls
(help pages for example) with Voyager (use file:// or configure
slinger to serve pages locally)? When you stop loading a page after
some time, does a portion of it appear? Is anything actually received
(check the source of a page being loaded and the amount of bytes
received)?

ako
]
I did a clean install of QNX 6.1. I setup my modem and dialed my ISP.
The
status bar says that the web browser is loading pages, but the window
where
the webpage is “suppose to be” is empty / transparent??? I mean,
there’s no webpage, just the browser “frame” and in it, my desktop
backdrop.

I have a GeForce 2 Utlta graphics card and am using the TNT video
driver.
So far, this is the only place I’ve seen this happen.

Any suggestions?

Thanks

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Dale:

I have a Geforce 2mx 64mb ram, and the same trouble!!!, i can´t see text or
images, and have a bad refresh on the screen before opening the Voyager.
With the older version of QNX my Geforce work fine!, heeeellllppp!!!.

Walter


“Dale Frameli” <dframeli@texas.net> escribió en el mensaje
news:9jbrnl$kh1$1@inn.qnx.com

I did a clean install of QNX 6.1. I setup my modem and dialed my ISP.
The
status bar says that the web browser is loading pages, but the window
where
the webpage is “suppose to be” is empty / transparent??? I mean,
there’s no webpage, just the browser “frame” and in it, my desktop
backdrop.

I have a GeForce 2 Utlta graphics card and am using the TNT video driver.
So far, this is the only place I’ve seen this happen.

Any suggestions?

Thanks

Walter <wgwalter34@hotmail.com> wrote:

Dale:

I have a Geforce 2mx 64mb ram, and the same trouble!!!, i can´t see text or
images, and have a bad refresh on the screen before opening the Voyager.
With the older version of QNX my Geforce work fine!, heeeellllppp!!!.

Can you post an output from ‘pci -v’. I use at home Geforce 2MX 32mb and it
works fine. I’ll do some testing if we have these video cards here.

Regards,

Marcin

Walter



“Dale Frameli” <> dframeli@texas.net> > escribió en el mensaje
news:9jbrnl$kh1$> 1@inn.qnx.com> …
I did a clean install of QNX 6.1. I setup my modem and dialed my ISP.
The
status bar says that the web browser is loading pages, but the window
where
the webpage is “suppose to be” is empty / transparent??? I mean,
there’s no webpage, just the browser “frame” and in it, my desktop
backdrop.

I have a GeForce 2 Utlta graphics card and am using the TNT video driver.
So far, this is the only place I’ve seen this happen.

Any suggestions?

Thanks

BTW, I have a Creative Annilihator 2 Ultra (GeForce2). Thanks


“Tools Mail Account” <tools@qnx.com> wrote in message
news:9k8vh8$dj1$1@nntp.qnx.com
Walter <wgwalter34@hotmail.com> wrote:

Dale:

I have a Geforce 2mx 64mb ram, and the same trouble!!!, i can´t see text
or
images, and have a bad refresh on the screen before opening the Voyager.
With the older version of QNX my Geforce work fine!, heeeellllppp!!!.

Can you post an output from ‘pci -v’. I use at home Geforce 2MX 32mb and it
works fine. I’ll do some testing if we have these video cards here.

Regards,

Marcin

Walter



“Dale Frameli” <> dframeli@texas.net> > escribió en el mensaje
news:9jbrnl$kh1$> 1@inn.qnx.com> …
I did a clean install of QNX 6.1. I setup my modem and dialed my ISP.
The
status bar says that the web browser is loading pages, but the window
where
the webpage is “suppose to be” is empty / transparent??? I mean,
there’s no webpage, just the browser “frame” and in it, my desktop
backdrop.

I have a GeForce 2 Utlta graphics card and am using the TNT video driver.
So far, this is the only place I’ve seen this happen.

Any suggestions?

Thanks

I get the exact same thing, geforce2 MX 400 64mb very generic
, I will post the unmae and pci -vvv when I return to qnx later tonight

Tools Mail Account wrote:

Walter <> wgwalter34@hotmail.com> > wrote:
Dale:

I have a Geforce 2mx 64mb ram, and the same trouble!!!, i can´t see text or
images, and have a bad refresh on the screen before opening the Voyager.
With the older version of QNX my Geforce work fine!, heeeellllppp!!!.

Can you post an output from ‘pci -v’. I use at home Geforce 2MX 32mb and it
works fine. I’ll do some testing if we have these video cards here.

Regards,

Marcin

Walter

“Dale Frameli” <> dframeli@texas.net> > escribió en el mensaje
news:9jbrnl$kh1$> 1@inn.qnx.com> …
I did a clean install of QNX 6.1. I setup my modem and dialed my ISP.
The
status bar says that the web browser is loading pages, but the window
where
the webpage is “suppose to be” is empty / transparent??? I mean,
there’s no webpage, just the browser “frame” and in it, my desktop
backdrop.

I have a GeForce 2 Utlta graphics card and am using the TNT video driver.
So far, this is the only place I’ve seen this happen.

Any suggestions?

Thanks

:frowning: I was told they couldn’t reproduce the error…



“Tom Holmes” <tholmes@speakeasy.org> wrote in message
news:3B8AEA6B.464114E4@speakeasy.org

I get the exact same thing, geforce2 MX 400 64mb very generic
, I will post the unmae and pci -vvv when I return to qnx later tonight

Tools Mail Account wrote:

Walter <> wgwalter34@hotmail.com> > wrote:
Dale:

I have a Geforce 2mx 64mb ram, and the same trouble!!!, i can´t see
text or
images, and have a bad refresh on the screen before opening the
Voyager.
With the older version of QNX my Geforce work fine!, heeeellllppp!!!.

Can you post an output from ‘pci -v’. I use at home Geforce 2MX 32mb
and it
works fine. I’ll do some testing if we have these video cards here.

Regards,

Marcin

Walter

“Dale Frameli” <> dframeli@texas.net> > escribió en el mensaje
news:9jbrnl$kh1$> 1@inn.qnx.com> …
I did a clean install of QNX 6.1. I setup my modem and dialed my
ISP.
The
status bar says that the web browser is loading pages, but the window
where
the webpage is “suppose to be” is empty / transparent??? I mean,
there’s no webpage, just the browser “frame” and in it, my desktop
backdrop.

I have a GeForce 2 Utlta graphics card and am using the TNT video
driver.
So far, this is the only place I’ve seen this happen.

Any suggestions?

Thanks

Me too but I found a solution.

Requires you to spatch a couple of files.

my voyager and help work just fine now

Tom

Dale Frameli wrote:

:frowning: > I was told they couldn’t reproduce the error…

“Tom Holmes” <> tholmes@speakeasy.org> > wrote in message
news:> 3B8AEA6B.464114E4@speakeasy.org> …
I get the exact same thing, geforce2 MX 400 64mb very generic
, I will post the unmae and pci -vvv when I return to qnx later tonight

Tools Mail Account wrote:

Walter <> wgwalter34@hotmail.com> > wrote:
Dale:

I have a Geforce 2mx 64mb ram, and the same trouble!!!, i can´t see
text or
images, and have a bad refresh on the screen before opening the
Voyager.
With the older version of QNX my Geforce work fine!, heeeellllppp!!!.

Can you post an output from ‘pci -v’. I use at home Geforce 2MX 32mb
and it
works fine. I’ll do some testing if we have these video cards here.

Regards,

Marcin

Walter

“Dale Frameli” <> dframeli@texas.net> > escribió en el mensaje
news:9jbrnl$kh1$> 1@inn.qnx.com> …
I did a clean install of QNX 6.1. I setup my modem and dialed my
ISP.
The
status bar says that the web browser is loading pages, but the window
where
the webpage is “suppose to be” is empty / transparent??? I mean,
there’s no webpage, just the browser “frame” and in it, my desktop
backdrop.

I have a GeForce 2 Utlta graphics card and am using the TNT video
driver.
So far, this is the only place I’ve seen this happen.

Any suggestions?

Thanks

I have the same problem on Geforce Quadro with 64 Meg.
Helper and Voyager now OK after PtOSContainer spatching
Does someone have a patch for Columns, please

Tools Mail Account wrote:

Dale Frameli <> dframeli@texas.net> > wrote:
It happens for all web pages. I will issue the two commands you gave me and
let you know the outcome. Any special instructions? I’m new to QNX > :slight_smile:

just an outputs from the ‘pci -v’ and ‘uname -a’

Thanks

“Tools Mail Account” <> tools@qnx.com> > wrote in message
news:9k3tau$7f1$> 2@nntp.qnx.com> …
Dale Frameli <> dframeli@texas.net> > wrote:
When I installed QNX v6.1, I selected TNT for the video driver. The
desktop
looks very nice and everything seemed to work well until I tried to use
Voyager. Voyager either doesn’t display the contents of web pages, or
it
gets messed up by leaving “closed” windows on the screen. I tried using
fewer colors 8~>32 bit, but nothing worked until I tried the VESA
driver.
The VESA driver was the only one that could display the web page content
for
me, but it’s extremely slow compared to what you’d expect from a
GeForce2
Ultra.

Are there known problems with the TNT driver? Is there a GeForce2
specific
driver that works better than VESA and without the screen corruption
I’ve
experienced using TNT?

I have no problmes with running GeForce2 MX at home with QNX RTOS 6.1GA.
Can you post ‘uname -a’ & ‘pci -v’, is it happning on any web page? (if
not
can you post it so I can reproduce it)

Regards,

Marcin

Thanks!



“Andrzej Kocon” <> ako@box43.gnet.pl> > wrote in message
news:> 3b5a9048.538378@inn.qnx.com> …
On Sat, 21 Jul 2001 07:18:54 -0500, “Dale Frameli”
dframeli@texas.net> > wrote:

Does the helpviewer display the docs? Can you see local htmls
(help pages for example) with Voyager (use file:// or configure
slinger to serve pages locally)? When you stop loading a page after
some time, does a portion of it appear? Is anything actually received
(check the source of a page being loaded and the amount of bytes
received)?

ako
]
I did a clean install of QNX 6.1. I setup my modem and dialed my ISP.
The
status bar says that the web browser is loading pages, but the window
where
the webpage is “suppose to be” is empty / transparent??? I mean,
there’s no webpage, just the browser “frame” and in it, my desktop
backdrop.

I have a GeForce 2 Utlta graphics card and am using the TNT video
driver.
So far, this is the only place I’ve seen this happen.

Any suggestions?

Thanks

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