On Sunday 03 August 2003 12:11, Peter Backlund Peter Backlund
The package is in QA, and therefore not quite ready for general use.
better way would be to use Nvidia's installer.
Understood. But I'm running
Seven only. So my system's beta anyway.
If you're not sure, use the IA-32 driver. Btw, read the readme. Yes, all
your problems will be solved if you follow the instructions there :-).
already installed *that* driver with previous kernels, but it now
refuses to create the module with the Severn (RH 9.0.93)
I'm quite willing to use their stock rpm (as previously, and to the usual
init3, editing of Xcongfig, etc. However, I need some "hand-holding"
(i.e. dummy / newbie level instructions on the exact procedure of how
I pass the option of "ignore kernel version" ... sorry, I KNOW it's been
discussed before, but I didn't pay much attention, .. and the instructions
assumed a bit more than 'newbieness' .
Furthermore I didn't *need to do that* at the time. 8-(
P.S. and I *shall* read "man rpmbuild"!
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