On 02/15/18 04:24, Kevin Cummings wrote: > On 02/13/18 16:59, Ed Greshko wrote: >> On 02/14/18 05:23, Stephen Morris wrote: >>> I use Negativo17 because in the past I have found that rpmfusion were very >>> tardy >>> with their Nvidia binary files in keeping pace with kernel version changes. >>> I have >>> all the negativo17 repositories enabled and all the rpmfusion repositories >>> enabled, >>> so far without any apparent conflicts, which may just be luck on my part. >> >> You know, if you use akmod-nvidia from rpmfusion you don't have to worry >> about a >> binary being available in the repo as the binary will be built locally on >> your own >> system when a new kernel is installed. > Right up until a kernel interface changes and you have to wait for a new > nvidia driver to use the new kernel.... > Been using rpmfusion for many years now. That has *never* happened to me.
So, if you're talking about a rare occurrence to say why you shouldn't use "something" then one best stop using Fedora, Ubuntu, Suse, any flavor of Linux, all brands of mobile phones, etc. They all have had hiccups causing minor inconvenience to a segment of their users. -- A motto of mine is: When in doubt, try it out
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