Re: nVidia Video Drivers Need Reinstalled After Reboot
I just solved this issue removing the package nvidia-glx.
Firstly chek the nvidia kernel module loading in /etc/modules
On Mon, 20 Dec 2004 09:59:55 -0500, Darryl Clarke <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On Mon, 20 Dec 2004 04:06:42 -0800, Scarletdown
> <email@example.com> wrote:
> > I just recently did a fresh install of Debian (Sarge - Net Install and
> > dist-upgraded to Sid) with Kernel 2.6.9-1-K7. After a bit of hair
> > pulling, I managed to get the latest nVidia GeForce drivers installed.
> > However, every time I reboot I have to reinstall the drivers, and then
> > manually run gdm. Any ideas how to fix this?
> Everytime you reboot? That seems odd. The only time you should have to
> install the nVidia (I'm assuming the non-free ones from nvidia's site)
> is when you upgrade or change your kernel.
> Typically my behaviour after a new kernel image is installed gdm will
> fail because nvidia module fails to load. I rebuild the module(s),
> modprobe it, restart gdm, and all is well. But not every reboot.
> Since you are using unstable, I would suggest going to the devel lists
> rather than the user list.
> http://smartssa.com / http://darrylclarke.com
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