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On 2016-03-04 14:05, Carlos E. R. wrote:
> On 2016-03-04 13:21, Bruno Friedmann wrote:
>> On vendredi, 4 mars 2016 12.45:55 h CET Carlos E. R. wrote:
>>> Any suggestion for machines using the propietary nvida driver,
>>> installed the "easy way" (the rpm)? Should it work, or would I
>>> have to use the manual installer? :-?
>> I'm personally using a local rebuild of the actual rpm and they
>> work nicely with. G04 .
>> It could be possible for myself to share the result, but I will
>> only do it for G04 version, any oldies is out of my scope, as I
>> will not have hardware to test it.
>> This reminder me to perhaps also have a special rebuild for
> Mine is G03.
> I will probably have to use the .run
That is so, I had to use "the hard way".
I also had to manually blacklist nouveau, or it insisted in loading
and caused nvidia to crash. And do not forget to run mkinitrd.
Previous to that, I "prepared" the kernel sources:
echo -e "\n-- cloneconfig --" && make cloneconfig && \
echo -e "\n-- scripts --" && make scripts && \
echo -e "\n-- prepare --" && make prepare && \
echo -e "\n-- Done good! --"
After that, it seems to run alright.
I have also tested vmware player. So far, looks good.
Cheers / Saludos,
Carlos E. R.
(from 13.1 x86_64 "Bottle" at Telcontar)
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