francois.patte at math-info.univ-paris5.fr
Mon Nov 12 22:14:26 UTC 2007
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Lonni J Friedman a écrit :
> 100.14.11 hasn't been supported in many months, and wouldn't be
> expected to work in a recent kernel. You should be using 100.14.19
Found that one. Compiling and installing went smoothly. Thanks. But I
did not succeed in using it because something is missing in /dev and X
did not find any screen.
I tried to force the options to have the devices created (according to
the readme) but this failed. I don't know why; this is the first time I
encounter such a problem with nvidia driver.
> 100.14.23. Reading all of the sticky posts on that forum would likely
of course! but I feared to ask this question, last time I saw a post
dealing with nvidia, there where hundred of totally uninterresting blah
> (and/or the driver README).
The "good" readme is unfortunately the one you get once the driver is
BTW is there a place where to read a comprehensive list of optin
"NVreg"? with explanations?
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