Re: livna vs. nvidia

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On 4/20/06, Paul Lemmons <paul.lemmons@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>  Thanks, It has been a while since I had installed the drivers. Fortunately
> I still had the original installer on a thumb drive. I ran it with
> "--uninstall". It complained a little but did succeed. I rebooted and sure
> enough, all I got was a login prompt; No GUI. I yum installed the
> kernel-module-nvidia... package and rebooted again, just for fun, and
> everything came up.
>  Thank you all for your assistance!
>  On Wed, 2006-04-19 at 10:54 -0700, Lonni J Friedman wrote:
>  Use the --uninstall option.
> On 4/19/06, Paul Lemmons <Paul.Lemmons@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > Ok... this was a scary article...
> >
> > It does lead to another question though. I do have the drivers from the
> > vendor installed. Do I need to uninstall them before I install the livna
> > version? If so, how?
> >

As I tried yesterday, the Nvidia driver download from Nvidia 8756 putt
into a path /usr/X11R6/lib which is wrong and X11 in Fedora Core 5 is
renamed which is /usr/lib/xorg/modules and some path changed. So If u
install the Nvidia driver from Nvidia site which is faster than livna
but need to put it into right path by manual or making a symbolic link
to it. I have tried and it also work...

Fianlly, I choose livna because it is easy and convenience

Wong Kwok Hon

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