Kernel 3.10 vs NVidia driver
How do I get the ndivia driver to work on kernel 3.10?
Right now I am running kernel 3.9.11 and NVidia 319.32 (X64). My vga is a GeForce 8400 GS PCIe.
Booting kernel 3.10 I run into trouble:
319.32 doesn't compile any more. 325.15 compiles, but X11 doesn't start and I get this error:
I don't know how many times I had this situation: new kernel, no working NV driver. But this time is the last time! I will never ever use a vga by NV again. I will get another VGA next week that doesn't need special drivers. I am really annoyed about this and I am beginning to understand why Linus showed the finger towards NVidia. :mad:
I know that there is nouveau, but if I use that driver, I get a slide show instead of a working desktop. :thumbdwn:
Re: Kernel 3.10 vs NVidia driver
Maybe you should blame Linux kernel developers who break kernel API every now and then.
Meanwhile this forum is closed, proceed to http://www.nvnews.net/vbulletin/showthread.php?t=196187
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