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On Friday 22 June 2007, warrick wrote:
>I've used the livna repo before for nVidia driver downloads. But
>since installing Fedora 7, I've been having problems. Once
>I've done a yum install kmod-nvidia I do an xorg.conf update and
>run X, but I keep getting the message:
>
>FATAL: Module nvidia not found.
>(EE) NVIDIA(0): Failed to load the NVIDIA kernel module!
>(EE) NVIDIA(0):  *** Aborting ***
>
>HELP! (please)
>
I guess this is what makes me feel lucky. I do not use the livna nvidia 
drivers, primarily because they don't keep up with the kernel version if you 
build your own, which I do.

So I check the nvidia site everytime I happen to think about it and download 
their latest *.run installer.  So I can build a new kernel, reboot to my 
normal runlevel 3 login, then "sh ./N[tab][enter]" (if one of them is all 
there is in /root) answer a few ncurses yes/no's, and its installed.  Yeah, 
its a pita & takes about 2 minutes.  But guess what folks, it Just Works(TM)

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