On Fri, 5 Sep 2003 19:19:05 +0400, "vir" <vvirussmail.ru> wrote:
Do you have kernel sources installed on your box? I think that is what>I've installed Debian GNU/Linux v3.0r2
>Linux kernel version 4.18 i686
>There were two packages installed: nvidia-kernel-src and nvidia-glx-src
>I have tried to install NVIDIA drivers as README file of these packages
>But when I did everything required, system wanted me to configure kernel
>(why?). I've entered some settings and package for nvidia-kernel was
>All kernel modules on my system are located at 2.4.18-686 directory, but new
>module was placed in the 2.4.18 directory. I'm not able to load this module,
>even if I put it into the right directory.
>So nvidia-glx was installed without problems, but it doesn't work because of
>lack of nvidia-kernel.
it is looking for. If or when you do, you'll need to go to the root of
your kernel source tree and do;
If I got this right, this will create everything you need to compile
that kernel module.
BTW, you may want to go and get the latest version. The new installer
package works very slick!
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