runnersam at net-yan.com
Thu Dec 4 15:57:22 UTC 2003
Michael E. Adams 提到:
>I have been using the Nvidia driver for my Dell 8100 and its GeForce2 GO
>video card through several flavors of Linux. Redhat, SuSE and now
>Fedora. I never have had any problems. Once Fedora is installed and
>1. Down-load the driver from Nvidia.
>2. As user root (or su) edit the line in the /etc/inittab file that
>reads 'id:5:initdefault' to read 'id:3:initdefault'. (leave out the
>3. Reboot (the x-server will not start up)
>4. Log in as root and run "export CC=gcc32". (CC is upper case)
>5. Run 'sh NVIDIA-Linux-x86-1.0-4496-pkg2.run' (leave out the single
>quotes and, if different, substitute the name of the Nvidia driver .run
>file down-loaded in step 1).
>6. Follow the on-screen instructions.
>7. When the driver installation completes successfully, edit the
>/etc/X11/XF86Config file by commenting out the line in the "Module"
>section that reads 'Load "dri"' and by changing the line in the "Device"
>section that reads 'Driver "nv"' to 'Driver "nvidia"'. (leave out the
>8. Restore the /etc/inittab line that was edited in step 2 to its
>original state (i.e. 'id:5:initdefault'). (leave out the single quotes)
>NOTE: Re-run steps 4, 5 and 6 and then run 'startx' anytime the kernel
>is updated (leave out the single quotes). The x-server will not load
>after rebooting after a kernel update, so you will NOT have to edit the
>/etc/inittab file again. You will also NOT need to edit the
>/etc/X11/XF86Config file again.
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But nvidia driver does not support xawtv which produces memory error
There was a small company called SCO
That wanted our Linux to go
They sued all through the night
Without proving they're right
And soon they'll have no more dough!
by Paul Hudson, Linux Format Reviews Editor
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