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Sacman555 09-21-02 10:21 AM

Uninstall a kernel driver?
 
I accidently installed the newest kernel driver and GLX driver 3123, for my Red Hat 7.3 box. How can I remove these and re-install the old drivers. I have to download the newest kernel before the drivers.

Richard999 09-21-02 10:53 AM

Depends on how you installed.

The first thing I'd do is gather up everything needed for going back to the old drivers. Then, kill X.

Ctrl - Alt - F1
#login:root
#password: password

If you run GDM or KDM kill those processes.

#killall gdm
#killall kdm

#fuser -v /dev/tty7

You shouldn't see anything about XFree86 running on that terminal.

#modprobe -r NVdriver

Now feel free to go back to the old driver. After you're finished check to make sure you have the driver build you want.

#cat /proc/driver/nvidia/version

And lsmod to make sure its running.

#lsmod | grep NVdriver

Start X again in the fashion appropriate for your machine.

#gdm
#kdm

et al


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