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RE: GeForce2 MX, drivers, X4...

i installed it on a Debian 2.0 , I downloaded X 4.0.x ,and  NVidia driver
0.95. it works fine
You must assure yorself that had the Kernel-Headers, if you have not
installed the source, in your Path or especified  at the comand line: make
SYSINCLUDE= ..... these were all my problems

you also have to follow the steps indicated in the NVidia homepage or
related howtos for modifying XF86Config
hope it helps
-----Mensaje original-----
De: Jonathan Markevich [mailto:jmarkevich@yahoo.com]En nombre de
Jonathan Markevich
Enviado el: jueves 4 de enero de 2001 4:53
Para: debian-user@lists.debian.org
Asunto: GeForce2 MX, drivers, X4...

Well, the price was right and I grabbed a GeForce2 MX card... now I have no
X.  I understood X 3.3.x support was nil, so started an X4 upgrade...!

Now, I'm not sure how to proceed, I'm still downloading one packages,
(xserver-xfree86), but if I understand correctly, I need to compile the
kernel module and stuff.  Has anyone done this?

I try to compile the latest module (0.9-5) and get...

cpp: -lang-c: linker input file unused since linking not done
cc: installation problem, cannot exec 'cc1': No such file or directory
make: *** [nv.o] Error 1

?  I don't understand the error.  What just happened?  Do I really need to
do this?  This is quite different...

Jonathan Markevich <jmarkevich@mad.scientist.com>
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