Okay, I downloaded the Linux IA32 driver from www.nvidia.com,
and copied that over to my Linux drive. I ran the nifty installer program with sh [file].run and agreed to the liscense agreement, and then I got the following error:
No precompiled kernel interface was found to match your kernel.
Then it suggested trying to download one, but of course that didn't work because I'm not connected to the internet on Linux yet. It suggested I go to ftp://download.nvidia.com
to get my precompiled kernel interface, but I don't know what to look for exactly.
Can someone help me out please? I'm using Red Hat Linux 7.1 with the kernel it came packaged with (I'm not sure of the number).