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  • Dr. Robert W. Current
    Personally, I think it s unwise to advise anyone to use the .rpm s unless they rebuild them from the src.rpm s. Since it s dependant on your LINUX kernel
    Message 1 of 15 , Mar 1, 2002
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      Personally, I think it's unwise to advise anyone to use the .rpm's
      unless they rebuild them from the src.rpm's.

      Since it's dependant on your LINUX kernel version, the binaries cause
      too many people too much trouble...

      Then again, that's just my opinion..

      Rob C.

      =>
      => Stephen:
      =>
      => Can we add this little "how-to" into the FAQ?
      =>
      =>
      => Stuart
      => Beverly Hills, CA
      =>
      =>
      => --- In linux-dell-laptops@y..., "klkinney" <klkinney@y...> wrote:
      => > --- In linux-dell-laptops@y..., Frank Lipski <franklipski@y...>
      => wrote:
      => > >
      => > >
      => > > I have tried the config twice with no luck.
      => > >
      => > > Here is my situation. I have I8100 with red hat 7.2 and the
      => > 2.4.7-10
      => > > kernel. I used these two rpms from NVIDIA??
      => > >
      => > > NVIDIA_GLX-1.0-2313.i386.rpm
      => > >
      => > > NVIDIA_kernel-1.0-2313.rh72up.i386.rpm
      => > >
      => > > first off, I need to know if that is correct. I guess I could
      => also
      => > use
      => > > some help with how to edit the XF86Config-4, or XF86Config
      => files, or
      => > > just what to do from this point.
      => > >
      => > > I have the 15in SXGA monitor.
      => >
      => > I have A08 BIOS and SXGA+ on my i81K, used 1400x1050 and the
      => NVchooser
      => > indicated a different set of GLX and kernels to use for me. Look
      => > below. It got me into X.
      => >
      => > Follow these instructions from nvidia.
      => >
      => > So you want to run your NVidia under
      => Linux?
      => >
      => > Let me give you some easy instructions ...
      => >
      => > First off, I am assuming a few things from
      => > your side for my instructions to work:
      => >
      => > - Your running Red Hat Linux 7.2
      => > - You have not updated your kernel
      => > - You don't have alot of time
      => >
      => > So, lets get started:
      => >
      => > 1.) Download the GLX Driver RPM file:
      => > NVIDIA_GLX-1.0-2313.i386.rpm
      => >
      => > 2.) Download the correct Kernel Driver
      => RPM:
      => > NVIDIA_kernel-1.0-2313.rh72smp.i686.rpm
      => > In my case it's that one, if ya don't
      => > know, just download and run the very
      => > simple NVChooser script.
      => > Added by klk --> can run from a burnt CD or floppy #./NVChooser.sh
      => >
      => > Added by klk --> I needed: Check to make sure that you do as well.
      => > Added by klk --> NVIDIA_kernel-1.0-2313.rh72up.i686.rpm
      => > Added by klk --> NVIDIA_GLX-1.0-2313.i386.rpm
      => >
      => >
      => > 3.) Use pico, vi, or whatever to edit the
      => > /etc/inittab file and change the line
      => > that reads:
      => >
      => > id:5:initdefault:
      => > Added by klk --> If you skip the test of Xwindows, it will change
      => to 3
      => > as indicated below. Verify anyway.
      => >
      => > so that it does not start in X11 by
      => > changing it to the following:
      => >
      => > id:3:initdefault:
      => >
      => > 4.) Reboot your Linux system and login as
      => > root.
      => >
      => > 5.) Install the two RPM's you downloaded:
      => >
      => > RPM -Uvh
      => > NVIDIA_kernel-1.0-2313.rh72smp.i686.rpm - Added by klk -->
      => multiple
      => > processor - don't use
      => > RPM -Uvh NVIDIA_GLX-1.0-2313.i386.rpm
      => >
      => > 6.) Use pico, vi, or whatever to edit the
      => > /etc/X11/XF86Config-4 file and look for
      => > the following line:
      => >
      => > Driver "nv"
      => >
      => > Change this line to read:
      => >
      => > Driver "nvidia"
      => >
      => > Also remove the lines:
      => >
      => > Load "GLcore"
      => > Load "dri"
      => >
      => > 7.) Use pico, vi, or whatever to edit the
      => > /etc/inittab file and change the line
      => > that reads:
      => >
      => > id:3:initdefault:
      => >
      => > so that it does start in X11 again by
      => > changing it back to the following:
      => >
      => > id:5:initdefault:
      => >
      => > 8.) Reboot your machine again, and you
      => > should now have NVidia running the show.
      => >
      => > Some things you want to keep in mind:
      => >
      => > - Do not upgrade your kernel unless you
      => > are willing to do some extra work that
      => > will be involved for that upgrade.
      => > - Do not buy Tribes 2 (or at least not
      => yet..
      => > I am still trying to find my copy God
      => > it SUCKS that Loki went out like that
      => >
      => > Feel free to ask me any questions you may
      => > have regarding the above, if it does not
      => > seem clear.
      => >
      => > A suggestion to NVidia:
      => >
      => > It would seem the RPM should be able to
      => take
      => > care of the editing of /etc/X11/XF86Config-4 for the user in the
      => > case of a distrubtion install of the
      => driver
      => > for things such as Red Hat Linux using perhaps sed/awk?
      => >
      => > ... Anyways, enjoy. Robert Burton
      => >
      => > Quesiton from KLK:
      => > 1) Do others remove the XF86Config file?
      => >
      => > 2) I also commented out the DRI and mode 066 at the bottom of the
      => > XF86Config-4 file?
      =>
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    • Stephen Lau
      Certainly...I will add it in with the other walk-throughs. -steve ... -- stephen lau :: [ldl@grommit.com] :: www.grommit.com :: gpg key id: 0x09E5CD21
      Message 2 of 15 , Mar 1, 2002
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        Certainly...I will add it in with the other walk-throughs.

        -steve

        On Fri, Mar 01, 2002 at 03:43:05PM -0000, bh_mayor wrote:
        > Stephen:
        >
        > Can we add this little "how-to" into the FAQ?
        >
        >
        > Stuart
        > Beverly Hills, CA
        >
        >
        > --- In linux-dell-laptops@y..., "klkinney" <klkinney@y...> wrote:
        > > --- In linux-dell-laptops@y..., Frank Lipski <franklipski@y...>
        > wrote:
        > > >
        > > >
        > > > I have tried the config twice with no luck.
        > > >
        > > > Here is my situation. I have I8100 with red hat 7.2 and the
        > > 2.4.7-10
        > > > kernel. I used these two rpms from NVIDIA??
        > > >
        > > > NVIDIA_GLX-1.0-2313.i386.rpm
        > > >
        > > > NVIDIA_kernel-1.0-2313.rh72up.i386.rpm
        > > >
        > > > first off, I need to know if that is correct. I guess I could
        > also
        > > use
        > > > some help with how to edit the XF86Config-4, or XF86Config
        > files, or
        > > > just what to do from this point.
        > > >
        > > > I have the 15in SXGA monitor.
        > >
        > > I have A08 BIOS and SXGA+ on my i81K, used 1400x1050 and the
        > NVchooser
        > > indicated a different set of GLX and kernels to use for me. Look
        > > below. It got me into X.
        > >
        > > Follow these instructions from nvidia.
        > >
        > > So you want to run your NVidia under
        > Linux?
        > >
        > > Let me give you some easy instructions ...
        > >
        > > First off, I am assuming a few things from
        > > your side for my instructions to work:
        > >
        > > - Your running Red Hat Linux 7.2
        > > - You have not updated your kernel
        > > - You don't have alot of time
        > >
        > > So, lets get started:
        > >
        > > 1.) Download the GLX Driver RPM file:
        > > NVIDIA_GLX-1.0-2313.i386.rpm
        > >
        > > 2.) Download the correct Kernel Driver
        > RPM:
        > > NVIDIA_kernel-1.0-2313.rh72smp.i686.rpm
        > > In my case it's that one, if ya don't
        > > know, just download and run the very
        > > simple NVChooser script.
        > > Added by klk --> can run from a burnt CD or floppy #./NVChooser.sh
        > >
        > > Added by klk --> I needed: Check to make sure that you do as well.
        > > Added by klk --> NVIDIA_kernel-1.0-2313.rh72up.i686.rpm
        > > Added by klk --> NVIDIA_GLX-1.0-2313.i386.rpm
        > >
        > >
        > > 3.) Use pico, vi, or whatever to edit the
        > > /etc/inittab file and change the line
        > > that reads:
        > >
        > > id:5:initdefault:
        > > Added by klk --> If you skip the test of Xwindows, it will change
        > to 3
        > > as indicated below. Verify anyway.
        > >
        > > so that it does not start in X11 by
        > > changing it to the following:
        > >
        > > id:3:initdefault:
        > >
        > > 4.) Reboot your Linux system and login as
        > > root.
        > >
        > > 5.) Install the two RPM's you downloaded:
        > >
        > > RPM -Uvh
        > > NVIDIA_kernel-1.0-2313.rh72smp.i686.rpm - Added by klk -->
        > multiple
        > > processor - don't use
        > > RPM -Uvh NVIDIA_GLX-1.0-2313.i386.rpm
        > >
        > > 6.) Use pico, vi, or whatever to edit the
        > > /etc/X11/XF86Config-4 file and look for
        > > the following line:
        > >
        > > Driver "nv"
        > >
        > > Change this line to read:
        > >
        > > Driver "nvidia"
        > >
        > > Also remove the lines:
        > >
        > > Load "GLcore"
        > > Load "dri"
        > >
        > > 7.) Use pico, vi, or whatever to edit the
        > > /etc/inittab file and change the line
        > > that reads:
        > >
        > > id:3:initdefault:
        > >
        > > so that it does start in X11 again by
        > > changing it back to the following:
        > >
        > > id:5:initdefault:
        > >
        > > 8.) Reboot your machine again, and you
        > > should now have NVidia running the show.
        > >
        > > Some things you want to keep in mind:
        > >
        > > - Do not upgrade your kernel unless you
        > > are willing to do some extra work that
        > > will be involved for that upgrade.
        > > - Do not buy Tribes 2 (or at least not
        > yet..
        > > I am still trying to find my copy God
        > > it SUCKS that Loki went out like that
        > >
        > > Feel free to ask me any questions you may
        > > have regarding the above, if it does not
        > > seem clear.
        > >
        > > A suggestion to NVidia:
        > >
        > > It would seem the RPM should be able to
        > take
        > > care of the editing of /etc/X11/XF86Config-4 for the user in the
        > > case of a distrubtion install of the
        > driver
        > > for things such as Red Hat Linux using perhaps sed/awk?
        > >
        > > ... Anyways, enjoy. Robert Burton
        > >
        > > Quesiton from KLK:
        > > 1) Do others remove the XF86Config file?
        > >
        > > 2) I also commented out the DRI and mode 066 at the bottom of the
        > > XF86Config-4 file?
        >

        --
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      • Dr. Keith G. Bowden
        But I thought that was why you install a new kernel at the same time. Don t understand. rpm s seem to work for me with the occasional lockup. You think
        Message 3 of 15 , Mar 2, 2002
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          But I thought that was why you install a new kernel at the same time.

          Don't understand.

          rpm's seem to work for me with the occasional lockup.

          You think rebuilding will fix that?

          Keith Bowden

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          ----- Original Message -----
          From: Dr. Robert W. Current <current@...>
          To: linux-dell-laptops <linux-dell-laptops@yahoogroups.com>
          Sent: Friday, March 01, 2002 5:21 PM
          Subject: RE: [linux-dell-laptops] Re: Nvidia Config Help Please


          > Personally, I think it's unwise to advise anyone to use the .rpm's
          > unless they rebuild them from the src.rpm's.
          >
          > Since it's dependant on your LINUX kernel version, the binaries cause
          > too many people too much trouble...
          >
          > Then again, that's just my opinion..
          >
          > Rob C.
          >
          > =>
          > => Stephen:
          > =>
          > => Can we add this little "how-to" into the FAQ?
          > =>
          > =>
          > => Stuart
          > => Beverly Hills, CA
          > =>
          > =>
          > => --- In linux-dell-laptops@y..., "klkinney" <klkinney@y...> wrote:
          > => > --- In linux-dell-laptops@y..., Frank Lipski <franklipski@y...>
          > => wrote:
          > => > >
          > => > >
          > => > > I have tried the config twice with no luck.
          > => > >
          > => > > Here is my situation. I have I8100 with red hat 7.2 and the
          > => > 2.4.7-10
          > => > > kernel. I used these two rpms from NVIDIA??
          > => > >
          > => > > NVIDIA_GLX-1.0-2313.i386.rpm
          > => > >
          > => > > NVIDIA_kernel-1.0-2313.rh72up.i386.rpm
          > => > >
          > => > > first off, I need to know if that is correct. I guess I could
          > => also
          > => > use
          > => > > some help with how to edit the XF86Config-4, or XF86Config
          > => files, or
          > => > > just what to do from this point.
          > => > >
          > => > > I have the 15in SXGA monitor.
          > => >
          > => > I have A08 BIOS and SXGA+ on my i81K, used 1400x1050 and the
          > => NVchooser
          > => > indicated a different set of GLX and kernels to use for me. Look
          > => > below. It got me into X.
          > => >
          > => > Follow these instructions from nvidia.
          > => >
          > => > So you want to run your NVidia under
          > => Linux?
          > => >
          > => > Let me give you some easy instructions ...
          > => >
          > => > First off, I am assuming a few things from
          > => > your side for my instructions to work:
          > => >
          > => > - Your running Red Hat Linux 7.2
          > => > - You have not updated your kernel
          > => > - You don't have alot of time
          > => >
          > => > So, lets get started:
          > => >
          > => > 1.) Download the GLX Driver RPM file:
          > => > NVIDIA_GLX-1.0-2313.i386.rpm
          > => >
          > => > 2.) Download the correct Kernel Driver
          > => RPM:
          > => > NVIDIA_kernel-1.0-2313.rh72smp.i686.rpm
          > => > In my case it's that one, if ya don't
          > => > know, just download and run the very
          > => > simple NVChooser script.
          > => > Added by klk --> can run from a burnt CD or floppy #./NVChooser.sh
          > => >
          > => > Added by klk --> I needed: Check to make sure that you do as well.
          > => > Added by klk --> NVIDIA_kernel-1.0-2313.rh72up.i686.rpm
          > => > Added by klk --> NVIDIA_GLX-1.0-2313.i386.rpm
          > => >
          > => >
          > => > 3.) Use pico, vi, or whatever to edit the
          > => > /etc/inittab file and change the line
          > => > that reads:
          > => >
          > => > id:5:initdefault:
          > => > Added by klk --> If you skip the test of Xwindows, it will change
          > => to 3
          > => > as indicated below. Verify anyway.
          > => >
          > => > so that it does not start in X11 by
          > => > changing it to the following:
          > => >
          > => > id:3:initdefault:
          > => >
          > => > 4.) Reboot your Linux system and login as
          > => > root.
          > => >
          > => > 5.) Install the two RPM's you downloaded:
          > => >
          > => > RPM -Uvh
          > => > NVIDIA_kernel-1.0-2313.rh72smp.i686.rpm - Added by klk -->
          > => multiple
          > => > processor - don't use
          > => > RPM -Uvh NVIDIA_GLX-1.0-2313.i386.rpm
          > => >
          > => > 6.) Use pico, vi, or whatever to edit the
          > => > /etc/X11/XF86Config-4 file and look for
          > => > the following line:
          > => >
          > => > Driver "nv"
          > => >
          > => > Change this line to read:
          > => >
          > => > Driver "nvidia"
          > => >
          > => > Also remove the lines:
          > => >
          > => > Load "GLcore"
          > => > Load "dri"
          > => >
          > => > 7.) Use pico, vi, or whatever to edit the
          > => > /etc/inittab file and change the line
          > => > that reads:
          > => >
          > => > id:3:initdefault:
          > => >
          > => > so that it does start in X11 again by
          > => > changing it back to the following:
          > => >
          > => > id:5:initdefault:
          > => >
          > => > 8.) Reboot your machine again, and you
          > => > should now have NVidia running the show.
          > => >
          > => > Some things you want to keep in mind:
          > => >
          > => > - Do not upgrade your kernel unless you
          > => > are willing to do some extra work that
          > => > will be involved for that upgrade.
          > => > - Do not buy Tribes 2 (or at least not
          > => yet..
          > => > I am still trying to find my copy God
          > => > it SUCKS that Loki went out like that
          > => >
          > => > Feel free to ask me any questions you may
          > => > have regarding the above, if it does not
          > => > seem clear.
          > => >
          > => > A suggestion to NVidia:
          > => >
          > => > It would seem the RPM should be able to
          > => take
          > => > care of the editing of /etc/X11/XF86Config-4 for the user in the
          > => > case of a distrubtion install of the
          > => driver
          > => > for things such as Red Hat Linux using perhaps sed/awk?
          > => >
          > => > ... Anyways, enjoy. Robert Burton
          > => >
          > => > Quesiton from KLK:
          > => > 1) Do others remove the XF86Config file?
          > => >
          > => > 2) I also commented out the DRI and mode 066 at the bottom of the
          > => > XF86Config-4 file?
          > =>
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        • bh_mayor
          ... cause ... Rob: Yes, I meant also for the addition to the FAQ to also be inclusive of the posting which followed the one I had responded to, which included
          Message 4 of 15 , Mar 3, 2002
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            --- In linux-dell-laptops@y..., "Dr. Robert W. Current"
            <current@h...> wrote:
            > Personally, I think it's unwise to advise anyone to use the .rpm's
            > unless they rebuild them from the src.rpm's.
            >
            > Since it's dependant on your LINUX kernel version, the binaries
            cause
            > too many people too much trouble...
            >
            > Then again, that's just my opinion..
            >
            > Rob C.
            >

            Rob:

            Yes, I meant also for the addition to the FAQ to also be inclusive
            of the posting which followed the one I had responded to, which
            included how to build with source also.


            Stuart
            Beverly Hills, CA
          • Dr. Robert W. Current
            No, IMHO don t think rebuilding will stop the lockups. But, every single time I have built a new (linux) kernel, I rebuild the nvidia kernel and GLX rpm s, and
            Message 5 of 15 , Mar 3, 2002
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              No, IMHO don't think rebuilding will stop the lockups.

              But, every single time I have built a new (linux) kernel, I rebuild the
              nvidia kernel and GLX rpm's, and reinstall them (with -Uvh
              --replacefiles --replacepkgs), and my X has never stopped working when I
              rebuild them. However, when I don't rebuild the two Nvidia packages,
              sometimes X doesn't run.

              Rob C.
              -----Original Message-----
              From: Dr. Keith G. Bowden [mailto:k.bowden@...]
              Sent: Saturday, March 02, 2002 12:13 PM
              To: linux-dell-laptops
              Subject: Re: [linux-dell-laptops] Re: Nvidia Config Help Please

              But I thought that was why you install a new kernel at the same time.

              Don't understand.

              rpm's seem to work for me with the occasional lockup.

              You think rebuilding will fix that?

              Keith Bowden

              -----------------------------------------------------
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              http://www.gohip.com/free_video/

              ----- Original Message -----
              From: Dr. Robert W. Current <current@...>
              To: linux-dell-laptops <linux-dell-laptops@yahoogroups.com>
              Sent: Friday, March 01, 2002 5:21 PM
              Subject: RE: [linux-dell-laptops] Re: Nvidia Config Help Please


              > Personally, I think it's unwise to advise anyone to use the .rpm's
              > unless they rebuild them from the src.rpm's.
              >
              > Since it's dependant on your LINUX kernel version, the binaries cause
              > too many people too much trouble...
              >
              > Then again, that's just my opinion..
              >
              > Rob C.
              >
              > =>
              > => Stephen:
              > =>
              > => Can we add this little "how-to" into the FAQ?
              > =>
              > =>
              > => Stuart
              > => Beverly Hills, CA
              > =>
              > =>
              > => --- In linux-dell-laptops@y..., "klkinney" <klkinney@y...> wrote:
              > => > --- In linux-dell-laptops@y..., Frank Lipski <franklipski@y...>
              > => wrote:
              > => > >
              > => > >
              > => > > I have tried the config twice with no luck.
              > => > >
              > => > > Here is my situation. I have I8100 with red hat 7.2 and the
              > => > 2.4.7-10
              > => > > kernel. I used these two rpms from NVIDIA??
              > => > >
              > => > > NVIDIA_GLX-1.0-2313.i386.rpm
              > => > >
              > => > > NVIDIA_kernel-1.0-2313.rh72up.i386.rpm
              > => > >
              > => > > first off, I need to know if that is correct. I guess I could
              > => also
              > => > use
              > => > > some help with how to edit the XF86Config-4, or XF86Config
              > => files, or
              > => > > just what to do from this point.
              > => > >
              > => > > I have the 15in SXGA monitor.
              > => >
              > => > I have A08 BIOS and SXGA+ on my i81K, used 1400x1050 and the
              > => NVchooser
              > => > indicated a different set of GLX and kernels to use for me. Look
              > => > below. It got me into X.
              > => >
              > => > Follow these instructions from nvidia.
              > => >
              > => > So you want to run your NVidia under
              > => Linux?
              > => >
              > => > Let me give you some easy instructions
              ...
              > => >
              > => > First off, I am assuming a few things
              from
              > => > your side for my instructions to work:
              > => >
              > => > - Your running Red Hat Linux 7.2
              > => > - You have not updated your kernel
              > => > - You don't have alot of time
              > => >
              > => > So, lets get started:
              > => >
              > => > 1.) Download the GLX Driver RPM file:
              > => > NVIDIA_GLX-1.0-2313.i386.rpm
              > => >
              > => > 2.) Download the correct Kernel Driver
              > => RPM:
              > => > NVIDIA_kernel-1.0-2313.rh72smp.i686.rpm
              > => > In my case it's that one, if ya don't
              > => > know, just download and run the very
              > => > simple NVChooser script.
              > => > Added by klk --> can run from a burnt CD or floppy
              #./NVChooser.sh
              > => >
              > => > Added by klk --> I needed: Check to make sure that you do as
              well.
              > => > Added by klk --> NVIDIA_kernel-1.0-2313.rh72up.i686.rpm
              > => > Added by klk --> NVIDIA_GLX-1.0-2313.i386.rpm
              > => >
              > => >
              > => > 3.) Use pico, vi, or whatever to edit the
              > => > /etc/inittab file and change the line
              > => > that reads:
              > => >
              > => > id:5:initdefault:
              > => > Added by klk --> If you skip the test of Xwindows, it will change
              > => to 3
              > => > as indicated below. Verify anyway.
              > => >
              > => > so that it does not start in X11 by
              > => > changing it to the following:
              > => >
              > => > id:3:initdefault:
              > => >
              > => > 4.) Reboot your Linux system and login as
              > => > root.
              > => >
              > => > 5.) Install the two RPM's you downloaded:
              > => >
              > => > RPM -Uvh
              > => > NVIDIA_kernel-1.0-2313.rh72smp.i686.rpm - Added by klk -->
              > => multiple
              > => > processor - don't use
              > => > RPM -Uvh NVIDIA_GLX-1.0-2313.i386.rpm
              > => >
              > => > 6.) Use pico, vi, or whatever to edit the
              > => > /etc/X11/XF86Config-4 file and look for
              > => > the following line:
              > => >
              > => > Driver "nv"
              > => >
              > => > Change this line to read:
              > => >
              > => > Driver "nvidia"
              > => >
              > => > Also remove the lines:
              > => >
              > => > Load "GLcore"
              > => > Load "dri"
              > => >
              > => > 7.) Use pico, vi, or whatever to edit the
              > => > /etc/inittab file and change the line
              > => > that reads:
              > => >
              > => > id:3:initdefault:
              > => >
              > => > so that it does start in X11 again by
              > => > changing it back to the following:
              > => >
              > => > id:5:initdefault:
              > => >
              > => > 8.) Reboot your machine again, and you
              > => > should now have NVidia running the show.
              > => >
              > => > Some things you want to keep in mind:
              > => >
              > => > - Do not upgrade your kernel unless you
              > => > are willing to do some extra work that
              > => > will be involved for that upgrade.
              > => > - Do not buy Tribes 2 (or at least not
              > => yet..
              > => > I am still trying to find my copy God
              > => > it SUCKS that Loki went out like that
              > => >
              > => > Feel free to ask me any questions you may
              > => > have regarding the above, if it does not
              > => > seem clear.
              > => >
              > => > A suggestion to NVidia:
              > => >
              > => > It would seem the RPM should be able to
              > => take
              > => > care of the editing of /etc/X11/XF86Config-4 for the user in the
              > => > case of a distrubtion install of the
              > => driver
              > => > for things such as Red Hat Linux using perhaps sed/awk?
              > => >
              > => > ... Anyways, enjoy. Robert Burton
              > => >
              > => > Quesiton from KLK:
              > => > 1) Do others remove the XF86Config file?
              > => >
              > => > 2) I also commented out the DRI and mode 066 at the bottom of the
              > => > XF86Config-4 file?
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