kernel update takes out nvidia drivers
I just did an update on my system. it updated my kernel to a newer
version of the same kernel. It also updated all the nvidia packages. But
X no longer works. Even though the nvidia packages are installed, the
drivers do not work, the kernel module doesn't load.
So I tried running the nvidia-installer program to "re-wrap" the
compiled nvidia binary to the new kernel (which should have been done by
the package maintainer IMHO) and it informs me I need the kernel source.
I installed the kernel source and the nvidia-install program STILL tells
me I need the kernel source or headers.
Anyone have ideas on how to fix? I have no X at all now :-(
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