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Re: How to use NVIDIA Official driver on Fedora



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On Tuesday 25 May 2004 18:38, Thiago Vinhas de Moraes wrote:
> Rui Miguel Seabra wrote:
> >On Tue, 2004-05-25 at 14:32 -0300, Thiago Vinhas de Moraes wrote:

> >Any other suggestion is a short lived one. You'll be bitten again in the
> >near future.

> Can anyone give REAL help?

Rui probably is giving you real help, just in the longer term than you are 
interested in at the moment.

What I did is use the open source nv driver instead of the binary nVidia one.  
You lose multihead and 3D.  That stung a little since I was using multihead, 
but I have survived ;-)

You can go get and compile a stock kernel from kernel.org.  At least, that 
used to be a solution.

But best of all would be to use the link at the very bottom of the post not to 
unsubscribe, but to search the ml archives here and on fedora-test-list for 
detailed information on the problem.

- -Andy

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