Re: How to install nvidia drivers for kernel?

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On 2008-05-11, Chris G <[email protected]> wrote:

> I am running Fedora 8 with kernel, I want to stay with
> this kernel version for vmware and various other regions.
> I'd like to use the proprietary Nvidia drivers and they are available
> for this kernel from the livna repository:-
>     kmod-nvidia-     169.09-7.lvn8          livna 
> but there isn't any matching xorg-x11-drv-nvidia.x86_64.
> Is there any way I can stay with my existing kernel and get the Nvidia
> drivers installed?

Download the package from nVidia:

Drop to runlevel three, run (as root) the package:


And it will build and install the modules you need and then install the 

Bring up runlevel 5 again and enjoy.


John ([email protected])

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