I have been trough all -rc candidates of 2.6.14 and all stock kernels from 2.6.12 with 7676 driver. Using only m-a a-i nvidia each time I upgraded the kernel. I think you should be a bit more spesific when yelling about problems with the nvidia-driver. The only problem I ever had, was when I (stupid me) tried to do a install with the package from nvidia. It took me ages to clean up the mess... So now I'm happy using the nice tool module-assistant, a great big thanks and a hearty applause to those who write this excellent tool. So please do the nvidia install the Debian way. Not all linux-systems are SuSE og RedHat, as nvidia seems to believe. A E Lawrence (A.E.Lawrence@lboro.ac.uk) wrote: > Lennart Sorensen wrote: > >On Thu, Nov 03, 2005 at 03:07:13PM +0100, Hans wrote: > >>No, this is only necessary, if you want to use 32-bit programs in 64-bit environment (I use this i.e. for X-Plane > >>(this is a flight simulator)). > >>BTW: In Kernel 2.6.14, the kernel-module can be built, but not loaded, due to an obsolete parameter in the sources ! > >>I recommend to use 2.6.12, this work fine. But use 7174, 7176 and higher will not work (so it is for me). > > 7174 works with amd64 on 2.6.14 (stock kernel, package from nvidia, not debian packaged). > > ael > > > > -- > To UNSUBSCRIBE, email to debian-amd64-REQUEST@lists.debian.org > with a subject of "unsubscribe". Trouble? Contact email@example.com -- .O. Scream, Scream like the silence of the bits. ..O Dead lies the flag by the feet of the cold one. OOO Freedom WILL break the walls of mammon.
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