NVidia on Severn2 -> It works.
vanhoof at redhat.com
Sat Oct 4 00:19:37 UTC 2003
Different compilers were used. Let the Nvidia installer think the
kernel was compiled with gcc-3.2 ;
# CC=gcc32 sh NVIDIA-Linux-x86-1.0-4496-pkg2.run
Chris Vanhoof <vanhoof at redhat.com>
On Sat, 2003-09-27 at 05:00, Rodrigo Del C. Andrade wrote:
> First thing that happened when I installed the beta was the lack of X,
> 'cause I have a GeForce4, so if ppl are goin to install and use a NVidia
> models GeForce or Tnt (I cant garantee for quadro or others), this info
> will come in handy.
> Here is how I installed NVidia drivers on Severn release 2:
> Download the latest driver:
> If you try to run this as is, you will only got an error when it tries
> to recompile a module for our kernel acusing diferent compilers, so lets
> do this at comand line:
> ./NVIDIA-Linux-x86-1.0-4496-pkg2.run --add-this-kernel
> Gotta thanks the NVidia programmers for that one.
> After it all done you can run the new installer:
> and everything should be fine. Update /etc/X11/XFree86Config you it
> wasnt already prepared for their drivers and have fun with your bug
> hunting with the possibility to watch dvds on tv-out during breaks :)
> ps: Is this the definitive logo for Fedora Core? It is kinda ... basic...
> ps2: I upgraded from Shrike and couldnt select pckages. Thats bad :(
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