NVdriver module doesn't load every boot!
Everytime that I start up the computer, I have to run insmod NVdriver, it loads the module, and THEN I can load X. If i try to run X without running insmod first, I get error that it could not initialize NVdriver! Anybody run across this issue or have any ideas?
Yep, edit /etc/modules.conf and add an alias that loads NVdriver for you when the kernel gets a request that it'd handle.
First, though, run one of these:
[ -c /dev/.devfsd ] && echo "devfs"
If it prints out "devfs", then add a line like this to modules.conf:
alias /dev/nvidia* NVdriver
If it printed out nothing, then add a line like this:
alias char-major-195 NVdriver
No go.. :-(
well i tried this and I was supposed to add the: alias char-major-195 NVdriver line to my modules.conf file; but it was already there! I tried to reboot, tried to re-run the insmod, etc. etc., however I still have to manually install the NVdriver module at every boot, otherwise I get errors at the start of x reporting that NVdriver failed to load!
Anybody else have any ideas as to what could be my stupid problem?!?!?
What does ls -l /dev/nvidia* tell you? Post the whole thing, between [ code ] and [ /code ] tags (take out the spaces in the tags though).
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