Still no kmod for new nvidia

Michael Miles mmamiga6 at
Tue Jul 20 01:17:14 UTC 2010

On 07/19/2010 05:51 PM, David wrote:
> On 7/19/2010 7:41 PM, Bill Davidsen wrote:
>> Bruno Wolff III wrote:
>>> On Mon, Jul 19, 2010 at 09:53:51 -0700,
>>>    Michael Miles<mmamiga6 at>  wrote:
>>>> I have been waiting to see if a kmod comes available and there seems to
>>>> be the wrong one published by RPMfusion.
>>> Fedora doesn't produce the kmod. You really should be asking about this on
>>> the RPMfusion mailiing lists.
>> This is true, but to the extent that some people can't use the recent kernel
>> until a working video driver is available, it is a Fedora issue. Updates which
>> have security implications really shouldn't have to run in R/L 3 as text only. I
>> don't need 3D accelerated anythings to run a few simple xterms and load
>> monitoring, but not having X at all is an upgrade stopper. I'm running radeon,
>> but more than a few systems which ran well on FC9 need to use VESA modes or even
>> a laptop a VNC. The support for ATI and Nvidia hardware only a few years old is
>> spotty at best.
>> Good suggestion, though, he won't get any help here.
> Obviously the previous kernel worked correct? Why not use that one?
I am using the previous kernel.

I just like to keep up and it is a update
I would like to know why the kmod is for a driver that does not exist.
195.36.31-2 is the driver and the kmod for this driver and new kernel 
195.36.31-1 which ends with the wrong number
Even the kmod for the previous kernel is mismatched and ends with -1 
instead of -2


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